The origianl post about Skyhook was from anderson_b76:
There are 3 options on the Ghibli. Sport Suspension, Skyhook and Base suspension.
Sport Suspension is Koni mechanical adaptive suspension. The Koni shocks will react to driving style and road conditions mechanically…no user involvement. It might be a bit stiff for you.
Skyhook is controlled via a button and adjusts the suspension electronically. It is not as aggressive as the Sport and can be softer then the base suspension.
The Base suspension is not adjustable at all.
In order from most to least stiffness:
Sport Suspension under aggressive driving
Skyhook Agressive Setting
Sport Suspension under casual driving
Skyhook non aggressive setting
Others later added/opined exactly that...
Originally Posted by flamingwicky
........ SH does appear to do some anti-roll and anti-pitch magic to keep the car planted during high speed turning and breaking/accelerating........