Bosch has created roll-over mitigation for a three-wheel vehicle that includes sensors and modulators that would reduce engine torque. According to Bosch, this first ever vehicle stability system for high powered 3-wheeled vehicles has a sophisticated vehicle dynamic control system (VDC) with anti-rollover functionality, 3 wheel anti-lock brake system (ABS) with electronic brake force distribution, traction control (TCS), passenger detection system, and a customized ECU designed for high vibration environment.
Bosch’s rollover mitigation for three-wheelers on Driving the Nation
By Lou Ann Hammond|2014-07-20T12:04:04+00:00December 30th, 2012|
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