Ford and supplier Takata have packed the hardware needed to provide widely varying steering ratios into a conventional-looking steering wheel. A DC electric motor slows down or speeds up normal steering-wheel commands through a 48:1 reduction gear. Steering quickened by up to 35 percent is used for low-speed, extreme-lock parking maneuvers. At cruising speed, the […]

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