Bosch introduces new brake system

Chew, Edmund
November 2000
Automotive News;11/20/2000, Vol. 75 Issue 5904, p22J
Trade Publication
Reports on the Robert Bosch's launched of an electrohydraulic brake system for automobiles. Functions of the system; Difference between the electrohydraulic and conventional servohydraulic systems; Installation of the system on a DaimlerChrysler model 2001.


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