|Britannica Book of the Year 1967. Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 1967.|
Oldsmobile offered a new Delco-Remy transistorized ignition system as an option, following the use of electronic ignition in racing by the British using the Lucas "Opus" system.
Great excitement was generated when Vauxhall redesigned the Viva to be larger, Ford did the same with the Cortina, and the Rootes Group replaced the Hillman Super Minx with the lighter Hunter sedan. Progress!
In braking news, discs were increasingly being offered either as standard equipment or as options.