Originally Posted by ovekvam
The active steering has a unit that works a bit like a differential that can add or subtract steering angle with an electric motor. It can make the steering quicker at low speeds and slower at high speed. It can also make corrections if a slide gets out of hand. I personally don't like interventions like that. It is better to let the driver be in control of the car.
The F20 uses Variable Sport Steering, not the older but complex Active Steering. It reduces the number of steering wheel rotations required to make sharp turns. It is a much simpler mechanical system, steering ratios are adjusted using a variable steering rack.
So not influenced by 'interventions', it is simply a different ratio along the rack, but still a repeatable mechanical link.