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      08-03-2019, 04:00 PM   #3
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Drives: F11 535d Touring 2014
Join Date: May 2019
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Originally Posted by wcr3d View Post
This may help explaining it.
The rear wheels can turn up to three degrees, depending on factors such as vehicle speed, wheel speed, and steering angle. Under 37 mph the system steers the rear wheels in the opposite direction as the front wheels, significantly reducing the turning circle and making for easier maneuvering during tight situations."
Thanks, but I had seen this, particularly the bit quoted above.

I interpret "The rear wheels can turn up to three degrees" to mean 3 degrees in each direction, giving a total of 6 degrees lock to lock. Even if it is only 3 degrees lock to lock that is still 3x what I observed.

Others with this feature have extolled its virtues but I honestly can't tell I have it, hence wondering if it is working correctly. Which is why I tested it.
2014 F11 535 Touring