A double-wishbone suspension system, designed in the 1930s, was one of the first independent suspension systems to be adopted by the automobile industry. The concept for this system was simple: create a free plan with two control arms stacked, one on top of the other. The state of the control arms, which resemble wishbones, is why we call this type of configuration “double-wishbone.” These, on the other hand, are referred to as “A” control arms. Because each wheel is coupled with the edge as a separate unit, this suspension type allows for more freedom. Although this isn’t the most common type of independent suspension, it is one of the most effective, and here’s why.