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Low setting on Air Suspension and tyre wear

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2019/08/08 12:30:12 (permalink)

Low setting on Air Suspension and tyre wear

Just wondering if anyone has any ideas if running your air-suspension all the time on "Low" setting will cause adverse tyre wear? I know on my previous Tesla they warn that any prolonged driving in "Low" suspension mode can cause adverse camber/tyre wear on the edges. 
Is it the same on the Panameras or does the car run level in either mode setting?

2019 Panamera 4 e-Hybrid Sport Turismo; 2018 718 Boxster S;
2017 RR Evoque HSE Dynamic Lux; 2017 911 Targa 4S; 2017 Tesla P100DLS; 2017 RR Rover Sport 3.0 SDV6 Diesel Hybrid; 2015 911 C2 Black Edition Cabriolet, 2016 RR SDV8 ATB.

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