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More Efficiency With Hyundai’s Dry Seven-Speed DCT

Written by  Administrator | 17 April 2017 | Published in April 2017 ( Cover Feature )

Especially as a front-wheel drive, dual-clutch transmissions have to be very compact and efficient to generate driving pleasure. Therefore, Hyundai-Kia developed a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission with dry clutch and electro-mechanical actuation, which is available in two models with 220 and 340 Nm maximum input torque. A transmission length of only 385 mm is very competitive considering this high torque capacity.


 

 

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