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A larger four-wheel disc brake system was standard, and a new optional antilock brake system (ABS Plus) was designed to increase effectiveness in turns by controlling yaw in full and partical siutations. ABS Plus included Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD), a new technology that automatically distributes braking forces between the front and rear axles, depending on how they can best be used, regardless of road surface. EBD replaced hydraulic proportioning valves and worked even when the tires had full traction, unlike most system
Posted on May 03, 2015
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