After two years on the market, BorgWarner Inc.’s innovative dual-clutch transmission (DCT) technology is on the verge of becoming a formidable force in the gearbox sector, as the supplier says it expects to produce several million units annually within three years. The new technology, known internally as DualTronic, enables a manual transmission to perform like an automatic, without the annoying “torque-interrupt” that accompanies conventional manual shifting or single-clutch automated ...

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