PARIS – Unveiling here for the media an innovative braking system that uses two brake rotors for each wheel, Delphi Corp. engineers and officials say the design has the potential to revolutionize passenger-vehicle braking dynamics. The central components of Delphi’s Maximum Torque Brake (MTB) system are two floating brake rotors where every conventional production-vehicle disc-brake system to date has employed just one. Each rotor is clamped by a caliper just like a typical single-disc ...

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