PONTIAC – When Corvette turns 50 later this year with the arrival of the ’03 model year, more than a third of the new models likely will be equipped with MagneRide, Delphi Corp.’s semi-active shock absorbers that make for outstanding handling and stability. General Motors Corp. first offered MagneRide on the ’02 Cadillac STS; on the Corvette, the system will be offered under the name Magnetic Selective Ride Control. Magnetorheological fluid in the shocks can vary the stiffness of the ...
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