Alfa Romeo SpA soon will offer as an optional package its own stability control system, Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) for its flagship, the 166 3.0. The 166 3.0 is front-drive, powered by a 226-hp 3L DOHC V-6. Sharing the hardware and technology developed and produced by Robert Bosch GmbH — and equivalent to the more commonly known Bosch Electronic Stability Program (ESP) made popular by DaimlerChrysler AG when it specified ESP for its purportedly rollover-prone A Class and Smart cars — ...
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