When the all-new ‘10 Ford Fusion arrives in showrooms this spring, prospective buyers are bound to notice the redesigned front end, sportier look, wider stance, more-powerful engines, enhanced safety features and spiffy ice-blue dashboard lighting. But less obvious will be a significant switch to full electric power steering from a conventional hydraulically driven configuration. That’s exactly what TRW Automotive wants – for consumers to find the Fusion’s new EPS just as confident, ...
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