Continental Teves Inc. is a key beneficiary in Ford Motor Co.'s recent announcement that it will equip its pickups and sport/utility vehicles (SUVs) with an electronic stability program. ESP is a computer-control system that uses sensors to detect when a vehicle is sliding, then selectively brakes any or all wheels to bring the vehicle under control. Ford has named the product AdvanceTrac, which will be available on all truck/SUV lines. The system appears first in mid-2001 for the ...

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