Continental Teves Inc.’s electronic stability control (ESC) business with Ford Motor Co. will soar in ’05, thanks to the auto maker’s move to make the system standard on four fullsize SUVs for the new model year. In the ’04 model year through March, Ford sold 58,324 vehicles with Continental’s ESC – dubbed by Ford as AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control – according to Ward’s data, but that volume should rise significantly next year. Mercury Mountaineer gets standard stability ...

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