The continuously variable transmission may be losing steam in the North American automotive market, industry experts say. Just a few years ago, many auto makers were touting CVTs as a way to cut fuel costs and provide customers with a quiet ride by eliminating bothersome shift points associated with traditional step transmissions. CVTs incorporate two shafts for which the ratio of their rotational speeds can be varied continuously within a given range, providing an infinite number of ...

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