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Rear-wheel steering could radically change pickup trucks and SUVs

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ZF's rear-wheel steering conceptAs useful as pickup trucks are, there's one place they don't make much sense: in the city, where urban confines make long, unwieldy cargo haulers challenging to maneuver into tight spaces. German car parts supplier ZF recently showed off a solution that it's marketing to automakers—a rear-wheel steering system that makes even the biggest...

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There was a company or two that tried this with cars not too long age. You might notice they're not doing it anymore ... because it's stupid.

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I think Honda Mitsu and GM tried it.  GM in their trucks made a truck turn in the same space as a Cavalier and towing was beautiful with it.  $4000.00 for the added option was not worth it.

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