One of the unique things about the Milano, shared with the preceeding Alfetta/GTV-6, is the design of
the suspension. Although the front suspension uses conventional double wishbones for hub location, the springing is by
torsion bars. This car has performance torsion bars installed. But the deDion rear suspension is the standout. This
relatively simple layout maintains rear with light unsprung weight. Combined with the reduced weight from the inboard
brakes and the rear transaxle/differential/clutch layout, the design provides excellent rear grip. The set-up in this car feels
like a gocart with steering and little body roll. Due to the chamber change of the front suspension relative to the rear,
the car understeers on corner entry, but you can nail the throttle on exit and the rear sticks like glue for a quick exit.