Ford, GM co-developing 9- and 10-speed gearboxes [cardvd-player.net]

The wolf shall dwell with the lamb, and the leopard shall lie down with the kid, and partner with Ford and General Motors on new transmission technology. Does anyone have the old Mayan calendar dusted lately? We are not sure that a part of the Ford / GM Tech speaks at the end of the day, but we can not be excluded either.

Seriously, two heavyweights of Detroit, the companies that have fought each other since the dawn of the automobile (or close, anyway) are in talks about a collaboration on some very aggressive transmission projects in the new name of the reduced development costs for each. Not the first time the two have joined automakers gear, otherwise exaggeration, either.

If everything goes as planned, says Automotive News, GM will take the lead to be used on a nine-speed cogswapper in front-wheel drive applications. Ford, meanwhile, is on a 10-speed transmission operates a home found in rear-wheel drive products, ie trucks and performance vehicles.

The objective of the new transmission technologies – both machines, by the way – is twofold: improved fuel efficiency and a more refined driving experience. The “finishing” has here probably with less noise and vibration, the most since. Many transmissions rev relationship less than you would with a smaller number of forward gears

The new technology is. Considered essential for domestic automakers who hope to catch up with a competitive offer now seven, eight and nine-speed transmission seen His rival Chrysler, for example, has worked with the German ZF transmission specialist to get eight-speed auto in the 300 sedan, and plans a nine-speed affair eventually introduce in the near future.

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