Currently 25% of vehicles for sale offer electronically adjustable pedal systems (APS), up tremendously from the late 1990's. In 1996, the Dodge Viper was one of the only cars to offer APS in a manual transmission-equipped configuration. The Pontiac G6 offers APS on all models except the new 3900 V-6 with a manual transmission. Dura Automotive Systems Inc, which supplies 10% of the APS systems, is preparing its next-generation technology called QuietDrive will debut on an '08 model. WardsAuto predicts that the number of vehicles to offer APS in 2009 will rise to 34%.
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