With an eye towards refining a critical link between car and driver, workers at Schaeffler Group’s INA unit are looking to help vehicle and powertrain engineers develop the ideal manual-transmission gear shifter. Despite the growing popularity of automated manual, dual-clutch and advanced automatic transmissions, conventional manual gearboxes will continue to be around as long as driving enthusiasts desire an uninterrupted connection with their vehicle’s powertrain. To that end, INA has ...
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