TURIN — Fiat SpA's Alfa Romeo will soon be offering its own Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) system on its 226-hp front-wheel-drive Alfa Romeo 166 3.0L V-6. Sharing the hardware and technology developed and produced by Robert Bosch GmbH, Alfa Romeo's VDC represents the most advanced and sophisticated evolution of the system, which is similar to DaimlerChrysler AG's Electronic Stability Program (ESP) on its Mercedes-Benz A-Class and Smart microcar. Alfa wanted a stability system that would ...
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