I did a Google study of this a while back, and there are several and the number is growing. Both TRW and Continental are developing and manufacturing OEM systems. The Audi A6 was one make that has them. They seem to be more common on european brands but Hyundai has toyed with them, featuring it on their new concept vehicle. It's just a matter of time until they trickle down everywhere. One of the major advantages is (since they are electronic) they can be hooked through the car's computer and be operated automatically in certain circumstances. I.E. If the car is parked and the trunk is opened.dbenichou289 said:"There are several new cars out now that have gone to electric actuators on the e-brakes."
Which new cars?