FRANKFURT – In the quest to define tomorrow’s car, safety often plays second fiddle to eye-popping telematics, fuel-sipping powertrains and weight-reducing materials. Continental Teves AG is working to change that with its Active Passive Integrative Approach (APIA) system, which networks a swarm of existing safety technologies into a harmonious unit that promises to help tomorrow’s drivers avoid accidents or soften the impact of a collision. Continental demonstrates APIA on test ...

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