Swedish supplier Haldex AB is migrating its automotive customers to its new fourth-generation all-wheel-drive system, which the company says is more cost-effective, lighter and faster because it uses fewer parts. The first vehicle to offer the new AWD system was Volkswagen AG’s small Tiguan cross/utility vehicle. Since then, other VW Group brands have gravitated to the technology, including the VW Golf, Passat, Caddy and Multivan; Audi TT and A3: and Skoda Octavia, Superb and Yeti. The ...
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