Although the electrically-assisted steering market is relatively small in North America, manufacturers say this market will grow. Demand on both sides of the Atlantic is being fuelled by a range of factors, not least that electric systems are more economical to run, lighter, recyclable and easier to package and install compared to conventional hydraulic systems. Matthew Beecham talked with Charlie Cregeur, director, global steering product planning for TRW Automotive's chassis division to find out how the steering market is shaping-up.
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