Ford's Adaptive Steering system uses an actuator placed inside the steering wheel
Ford's Adaptive Steering system requires no change to a vehicle's traditional steering system
Ford's Adaptive Steering system alters the steering ratio based on vehicle speed
While power steering has made it possible to drive around without giving yourself an exhausting upper body workout, the steering ratio of most vehicles – that is, the number of turns of the steering wheel required to turn the front wheels a certain amount – is fixed. Ford is shaking things up for non-luxury car buyers with its new Adaptive Steering system that will be available on select models from next year.
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