https://arstechnica.com/cars/2015/07/the-future-of-car-suspension-is-here-dsc-sports-active-shocks-in-action/ "Normally, a car's weight transfers from front to back as it brakes and accelerates, and from side to side as it corners. As the force on each corner changes, so does the grip available to that wheel; less weight equals less grip. Active shocks control this by varying the degree to which each spring's compresses and extends (as the springs are passive, these systems are sometimes known as semi-active)."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northstar_engine_series Road Sensing Suspension RSS CV-RSS continuously-variable CV-RSS
"yaw velocity sensors, vertical G sensors, height sensors, wheel speed sensors, longitudinal and lateral G sensors) that detected cornering, acceleration and braking forces"
Mercedes-Benz hydraulic fully active suspension: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Active_Body_Control W220: "Prior to September 2002, only higher end models" S600 2003 "ABC system which combined an hydraulic system and springs" Furthermore, at highway speeds the suspension computer automatically engages sport mode (Airmatic - Sport mode 1 or 2 depending on the current speed), thus aiding safety by significantly reducing body roll in sharp turns.
2005 Strut Cadillac STS ~$75
http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/cadillac-seville-cadillac-eldorado-forum/212531-fe1-suspension-system-soft-ride-soft.html "2000 Seville STS - 98 to 2004 F45 is CVRSS"
"it has rotory sensors on the frame that connect to each lower suspension a arm. these give the rate of bump and rebound, and Rate of travel"
2011 Cts-v Rear Magnetic Ride Control Yaw Sensor Left Rear Driver
buick regal 13319741
shock connector adapter GM 19180262 https://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/cadillac-escalade-ext-esv-forum-2007/1067118-how-delete-z95-front-rear-mrc.html