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Changing consumer needs such as better vehicle performance requirements, improved fuel economy, enhanced driving experience, and greater power requirements have led to tremendous changes and developments in transmission systems, giving rise to dual-clutch, continuously variable, and infinitely variable transmission systems.
Auto Business News-December 10, 2014--Ford plans to equip continuously variable transmissions for low torque applications
But this is not true of Bosch continuously variable transmission (CVT), which actually saves fuel by constantly optimizing engine speed.
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13, while a model with continuously variable transmission, or a type of automatic transmission that provides better fuel economy, will be released Jan.
While gaining acceptance in passenger car applications, continuously variable transmission (CVT) systems haven't made much of a dent in the light truck and SUV market.
The new Honda DN-01 uses a 680cc engine, sending power to the rear wheel via Continuously Variable Transmission set-up, and is expected to go into production soon.
The heart of the matter is a 76 horsepower gasoline engine coupled to a 67-horsepower electric motor, connecting to the road through a fuel-sipping continuously variable transmission (CVT).