DETROIT – So far, General Motors Corp. is using its Quadrasteer 4-wheel steering (4WS) system exclusively on fullsize trucks, but supplier Delphi Automotive Systems Corp. predicts the chassis technology will be applied to more than just long wheelbase vehicles by 2007. “We see it really being expanded,” says Delphi’s Director of Electric Steering Systems Larry Tomczak. “As we go through the next couple of years, I’d say within five years, you’re going to start to see opportunities that ...

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