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  • Q. What's the difference between dct&cvt?

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    Zigwheels | 8 months ago

    A dual-clutch transmission (DCT) uses two separate shafts with their own clutches for gear shifts: one shaft for odd-numbered gears and the other for even-numbered gears. This type of automatic transmission is purely a performance-oriented transmission that also delivers good fuel efficiency but comes at a penalty of higher manufacturing cost. On the other hand, a CVT uses pulleys or belts for gear shifting. The use of belts or pulleys instead of steel gears results in variable gear ratios dependent on engine speed or RPM. As a result, this helps it deliver better fuel economy and a smooth and jerk-free drive. Read More: - Automatic Transmissions: DCT vs CVT vs AMT vs Torque Converter

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