Moving from wet to dry: Electronic brake-by-wire prototypes introduced

Robinson, Aaron
March 1998
Automotive News;3/16/1998, Vol. 71 Issue 5757, p22R
Trade Publication
Reports on the development and testing of electronic brake-by-wire technology. How electronic or dry braking works; Elimination of hoses and other brake hardware; Problems with the technology.


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