Re: Euro Spec GC Articulation Video
There really is no articulation as we know it.
The JGC is a 4 wheel independent design is the main factor. With a solid axle one side goes up forcing the other side down to it's limits. With the independent one side does not effect the other, the drooping side will stop at it's travel limiter (upper bump stop). With the suspension pumped up the compressed side doesn't really give "much". The only way to immulate articulation would be to program or regulate the bag being compressed to air down or become softer. This would probably entail more sensors and gear than what is currently used on the JGC. Also even though doing this would help traction in extreme situations it would also pose an equal threat of grounding out or hanging you up on an obstacle.
It is what it is. The vehicle is designed to appeal to and compete with more street bound vehicles such as the BMW or VW tourege (spelling?). For articulation and "extreme" off-roading the Wrangler is available, with solid axles and a plethora of aftermarket suspension goodies. The JGC has off-road capabilities but it isn't meant to go where a wrangler, especially a modified Wrangler, will go. It's more of a "family truckster" that can get into the woods or trails within reason.