Within five years, expect to see electronic stability control on up to half of all new vehicles sold in North America, says Continental Automotive Systems Chief Executive Wolfgang Ziebart. “In Europe, we already have an installation rate of about 25%,” Mr. Ziebart says. Market penetration soared following the infamous moose test failure of the Mercedes-Benz A-Class. North America's sport/utility vehicle (SUV) rollover debate will fuel similar market reaction, he predicts. “The main ...

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