First pic is awfully wrong since it has got a force vector pointing outwards of the curve.
Second pic, total lateral weight transfer won't be changed with the suspension, just by altering the cog, track width, or moving from the earth(changing gravity), what you can change is how much of that weight is trnasfered at the front/rear. And there's a moment in the opposite direction :s.
The last picture is not a car rolling inwards, but a car that has oversteered that's why the wheels are pointing opposite of the corner.
If you want to change camber when you steer, it's already done. If you want to tilt the car inwards, roll it inwards, you'd have to change your rollcenter of whatever kind of suspension you have and put it higher than the CoG.
I think this became a bit confusing.
Why don't you tell us WHAT your system is supposed to do. Then you can tell us HOW is it going to do it(if you're allowed, of course).
After that we can all discuss if it'd be better or not to have it.
Come back 747, we miss you!!