SAO PAULO – Brazil's luxury vehicles slowly are becoming more sophisticated with electronic systems commonly used in vehicles produced by top global auto makers. "I see no limit for applied technology for the automotive industry,” says Silvio Palacios, electronic coordinator of Brazil's Assn. of Automotive Engineering (AEA). While these types of systems are still too expensive to be used in subcompact vehicles, which account for 70% of Brazilian sales, they are increasingly becoming ...
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