DETROIT – Supplier and OEM sources agree the use of dual-clutch automated-manual transmissions likely will see a serious growth spurt in the next several years. North American drivers looking for a wide range of models adopting the new dual-clutch transmissions may be out of luck, though. Bronco concept uses "powershift" dual-clutch automated-manual transmission. Dave Szczupak, Ford Motor Co. vice president-powertrain operations,believes the efficient new dual-clutch ...
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