DETROIT -- The Filo concept car, developed by Italian vehicle designer Carrozzeria Bertone SpA and SKF Automotive of Sweden, offers the experience of drive-by-wire technology for steering, braking, gear change and clutch in a modified Opel Zafira. SKF is best known as a supplier of bearings, and its Chicago Rawhide subsidiary supplies seals to the auto industry. But SKF also has an electrical division that has supplied fly-by-wire technology to the aerospace industry for 15 years. Filo is ...

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