Elon Musk’s Tesla recently announced that they are launching an upgraded version of the Model S and Model X, which has been interestingly codenamed Raven.

Although there is not much news about this upgrade, what we know so far is that the electric vehicle company will be making some much-needed adjustments to its drivetrain, particularly in the suspension. The new models were launched last month, and now, new images of the significant changes have been revealed via a YouTube video.

According to a report, the first look at the drivetrain changes shows an adaptive suspension. According to the YouTube uploader, car passengers can instantly feel the difference between the old and new suspension particularly when it comes to comfort.

The upgrade also changed the suspension settings in the user interface of Tesla. During their announcement, the EV company described the system as something that would allow users to experience an “ultra-cushioned feel when cruising on the highway or using Autopilot, and responsive, exhilarating confidence during dynamic driving.”

In the YouTube video by Tesla owner and enthusiast DÆrik, who recently got his hands on a Tesla Model S Long Range, it can be seen that the new Raven’s suspension setup looks totally different from the older models. According to a report, the suspension system actually looks similar to Maxwell Technologies’ own Active Suspension system.

To prove the new suspension’s performance, Tesla actually made use of a vibration meter to get some data that compared the old model to the Raven suspension. The result showed significant improvement in terms of vibration levels.

The new suspension system will be the new standard of all Tesla cars to be launched in the future. Users can choose between Standard or Sport when it comes to adjusting the system. The first provides a softer and more fluid ride, on the other hand, Sports allows for firmer handling of the vehicle while on the road which is particularly useful when driving on top speed.

And as the new suspension set-up is designed to be upgradable (as with most of Tesla’s new features) via over-the-air software updates, people can assume that new improvements can actually be expected sometime in the future as well.

 logo Close up of Tesla logo on a charger at a Supercharger rapid battery charging station for the electric vehicle company Tesla Motors, in the Silicon Valley town of Mountain View, California, August 24, 2016. Photo: Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images