Does anyone know how the 4C system works? I mean, how it works deep down. We all know it probably combines data from ride height sensors, accelerometers, steering position sensors, etc. to adjust the dampening of the shock absorbers in the struts. But how do the shocks work? What makes them different from the average shock you find on another car? How does the car actually change the dampening of the shocks? What is the difference between Comfort and Advanced? Throttle remapping? Different transmission software for each mode (I know the buttons do affect how the tranny kicks down)? Any different steering response (via the speed sensitive steering mechanism)?