What is meant by independent Wishbone suspension in automobiles??
It means each wheel on the vehicle is independently supported by suspension.
A good example of this would be a Lotus Europa.
The cornering ability of cars fitted with wishbone suspension are superior to cars
The independent part means that the two wheels are not affected by each other. This means that one wheel can jounce and the other can stay in the same position. Wish bone refers to the type of Control arm it has. The wish bone has two mounting points to mount to the frame and one mounting point that mounts to the steering knuckle. It gets its name because it looks like a wishbone.
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