BorgWarner Inc. says it will supply an unnamed major European automaker with a new wet clutch and control system technology that enables a manual transmission to perform like a conventional automatic yet deliver significant improvement in vehicle fuel economy. The supplier says the new concept was conceived originally with the European driver in mind — one who wants the sporty feel of a manual but also requires the convenience of an automatic while navigating congested city streets. ...
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