PARIS – Dual-clutch automated manual transmissions that can shift like an automatic will triple their penetration in the next few years, as two new facilities to produce them come on line. Last month, BorgWarner Inc. broke ground on a new factory at its site near Tulle, France, to build more of its hugely acclaimed Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT), and last summer, the Getrag Ford Transmissions GmbH joint venture invested €300 million ($364 million) in a new plant in Slovakia that will begin ...
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