BOXBERG, Germany – Stability management systems are rapidly gaining acceptance as consumers discover the technology that instantaneously can sense loss of control and apply the brakes to one or more wheels to keep a vehicle going straight. All-new ’04 BMW 5-Series will feature Active Steering for enhanced stability control. The world’s top vehicle markets are embracing the technology, known widely as ESP (for Electronic Stability Program). In Germany, one out of two new ...

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