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The clutch transfers engine power to the gearbox while the engine is running and allows continuous transmission when a gear is selected.
The wheels must occasionally be separated from the engine since the engine spins continuously while the wheels do not. Clutches are used to seamlessly engage a spinning engine to a non-spinning gearbox in order to detach the engine.
Increased vehicle sales, consumer preference for more convenient modes of transmission, such as semi-automatic and fully automated transmission systems, and the growing need for sophisticated and dependable electric cars are the key drivers driving demand for automotive clutches.
The India Automotive Clutch Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Tata Motors just introduced an automated version of the Altroz luxury hatchback in India. The Tata Altroz DCA or Dual-Clutch Automatic, as the name suggests, is the first automobile from the home-grown carmaker to have this technology. The Tata Altroz DCA will come in four different models: XM+, XT, XZ, and XZ+.
Along with the already existing Downtown Red, Arcade Grey, Avenue White, Harbour Blue, and Dark editions, the new Tata Altroz DCA model will also be available in a new Opera Blue colour scheme.
So far, Tata automobiles have only come with an Automated Manual Transmission (AMT) or a traditional torque converter unit, including the company’s current line-up.
The innovative 6-speed dual-clutch transmission is the world’s first DCT with a planetary gear arrangement. The DCA model, on the other hand, is over 20 kg heavier than its manual counterpart.
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