DETROIT – Unlike General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co. is not considering a move to make antilock brakes optional on a greater percentage of its vehicles. But Ford is studying the strategy proposed by Bob Lutz, GM’s vice chairman-product development.(see related story: GM Considering ABS as Optional) Nick Scheele, Ford’s president and chief operating officer, says the No.2 auto maker closely examined the issue many years ago and “decided that we would go standard.” Currently, Ford is ...

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