COLORADO SPRINGS — General Motors Corp. continues its push to adopt advanced suspension technology with its latest development, a new, fast-acting semi-active suspension system that employs no extra hydraulics and requires miniscule power input. The automaker's '02 Cadillac Seville STS will be the first vehicle in the world to offer MagneRide, a valveless damping system — developed in conjunction with Delphi Automotive Systems — that can adjust “on the fly” from tight damping for sharp ...
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