GRAZ, Austria – Cars, from B-segment offerings to exotics, represent the next frontier for the expansion of all-wheel drive, say executives with supply chain giant Magna International Inc. While the utility-vehicle craze has helped make consumers aware of AWD, advances in electronics portend new integration solutions and improved pricing leverage that will see the technology’s market penetration increase markedly in coming years. “We just looked at the product programs in the pipeline ...

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