Federal-Mogul unveils high-voltage cables that will help protect occupants of electric and hybrid-electric vehicles in the event of a crash. A new material the supplier calls “CrushShield” surrounds the cables to prevent errant current flow. CrushShield also meets new U.S. federal vehicle safety regulations and is already in production for a market-leading hybrid vehicle, the supplier says. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 305, which takes effect Sept. 1, requires manufacturers ...

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