steering wheel


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steering wheel

a wheel turned by the driver of a motor vehicle, ship, etc., when he wishes to change direction. It is connected to the front wheels, rudder, etc.

steering wheel

[′stir·iŋ ‚wēl]
(mechanical engineering)
A hand-operated wheel for controlling the direction of the wheels of an automotive vehicle or of the rudder of a ship.
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Additionally, ZF has packed the steering wheel with capacitive sensors that can recognise gestures, thereby making operations even more seamless.
The steering wheel will be launched at the inaugural Tech Fest this week at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London.
This steering wheel concept lives in your home and becomes your trusted companion.
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At low speeds, the system increases the angle of the front wheels as the steering wheel is turned resulting in the driver needing to steer less to maneuver, explains Lodewijk Wijffels, Ford adaptive steering technical specialist.
With SensoFoil technology embedded in the steering wheel, the car is able to sense if a driver's hands are no longer moving--signaling a drowsy or distracted driver.
First remove the steering wheel, then the bezel, helm mount and helm.
To be fair, he does hold the steering wheel sometimes.
Dr Till Conrad ( left), head of overseas region, Mercedes Benz Cars and Eberhard Kern, MD & CEO, Mercedes Benz India with the Golden Steering Wheel for Automotive Manufacturer.
The award is already the 23rd Golden Steering Wheel for the company in the 38-year history of the award - no other brand has won more.
No conventional steering rack is in use, so every time you turn the steering wheel the instruction is transmitted to the wheels electronically.
The beauty of the system is that no longer will you feel every bump or adverse camber in the road through the steering wheel so you can enjoy more relaxed motoring.