KARIYA, Japan – Toyoda Machine Works Ltd., Japan's leading maker of advanced torque management differentials, has taken two big steps toward broadening its global market base with last year’s acquisition of the Torsen division of Bosch Automotive Systems Corp. and this year’s production start of its own ITCC system in the U.S. ITCC, or intelligent torque-controlled coupling, is Toyoda Machine’s proprietary electronic drivetrain technology. Debuting in 1988, the system has been adopted by a ...
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