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    Xtrac develops advanced hybrid transmission for premium sportscars(04/12/2012)

    Xtrac has developed a hybridised automated manual transmission that will allow future luxury supercars to meet the EU's 95g/km CO2 emission requirement being introduced in 2020.

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    Electric Rolls-Royce unveiled at Geneva this week(02/03/2011)

    The Rolls-Royce 102EX - the Phantom Experimental Electric - unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show this week features a transmission system unique to this vehicle, which has been designed and manufactured by the high performance driveline specialist Xtrac. The transmission technology specialist has designed the transmission to harness the prodigious amounts of torque delivered by twin electric motors - and to do so in a quiet and refined manner befitting a Rolls-Royce!

  • Motorsport gearbox specialist looks to EV market(04/01/2011)

    More readily associated with motorsport transmission systems, gearbox specialist Xtrac wants to see its ‘Instantaneous Gear change System’ embraced by the mainstream automotive sector, particularly electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers, for whom ‘efficiency’ is a byword

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    Xtrac develops seamless gearchange system(01/12/2010)

    The motorsport transmission specialist Xtrac has applied its high performance engineering skills to design and develop a seamless gearchange known as IGS or Instantaneous Gearchange System. The race car technology, which is protected by worldwide patents, is now ready for commercial development in the automotive sectors. The innovative system avoids the cost, mass and complexity of a dual clutch transmission (DCT) and initial applications will focus on electric vehicles.