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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.
Because of the rising demand for electric vehicles, North America is likely to become the most dominating regional automotive clutch market over time.
The North America 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.
Eaton has announced Procision, a new series of medium-duty dual-clutch gearboxes that offers eight to ten per cent higher fuel economy than a torque converter automatic in a similar car.
The new 7-speed gearboxes combine a dual-clutch design and electronic shifting to ensure excellent fuel efficiency and smooth, continuous torque delivery to a vehicle’s wheels under all shift situations.
On a daily basis, small companies rely on their class 6 and 7 medium-duty trucks (up to 16 tonnes) to deliver goods and execute difficult tasks. In North America, the all-new Eaton Procision is the first two-clutch transmission for classes 6-7. Its intelligent features result in increased savings and driver confidence, and it is easy to use.
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