Ford intends to build on the “Ford DNA” guidelines that stress fun-to-drive attributes with its new advanced steering technology, which engineers say can be used across a wide variety of vehicles. The system differs from the electric-power-assist technology currently used in Ford vehicles in that it changes the ratio between the driver’s actions and the steering wheel depending on rate of speed. At low speeds, the system makes the vehicle more agile and easier to turn, ...

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