DETROIT – Ford Motor Co. is realizing the creative synergies sought when it acquired Volvo Cars in 1999. Volvo’s XC90 SUV, which bowed here in January at the North American International Auto Show, will feature what it calls "Roll Stability Control" (RSC) when it debuts later this year. But Ward's has learned the system is scheduled to migrate later to Ford’s PN96 platform – the underpinning for Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator. Both vehicles are recipients of significant upgrades ...
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