We get used to newspaper headlines such as “Manuals are dying”, “Stick shift is going extinct”, “Stick shift sales keep falling”, but it should not be assumed that the development curve of manual transmissions stopped at 4-5-speed units without any smart technologies. In reality, modern manual transmissions also can be equipped with a variety of remarkable features.



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Anand Group, the leading manufacturer of spare parts in India, has recently entered into a strategic partnership with the Belgian company Mazaro, which is aimed to enhance efficiency of transmission technologies in India.

Allison Transmission, the world-renowned provider of automatic transmission solutions, supplied the Allison X1100-5A3 unit for the military project in India. As a part of this project, the Indian company L&T has recently supplied the first batch of 51 K9 Vajra-T tracked self-propelled gun systems equipped with Allison automatics to the Indian military forces before the agreed schedule.

Ricardo, a British-based engineering company, has recently taken an obligation to manufacture and supply transmission control software for a 7-speed DCT unit for CEVT, a Swedish-based innovation center specialized in mobility technologies for the Geely Group brands. It is planned that the new software will find application in a 2020 compact luxury crossover.

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