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AUTO NEWS – Do not Anticipate A Guide Transmission On The Hyundai Kona N

Do not Anticipate A Guide Transmission On The Hyundai Kona N

Hyundai says its wet-type DCT is analogous in building to a guide, that means it may possibly stand as much as the engine’s immense energy. Talking of energy, Hyundai confirmed the Kona would produce “roughly 276 horsepower,” which is one hp greater than the Veloster N. The wet-type transmission employs two electrical oil pumps that cut back friction between the transferring components, creating higher clutch cooling and enabling better torque switch.

The Excessive Circulation Electrical Oil Pump offers gear lubrication and clutch cooling, whereas the Excessive Strain Electrical Oil Pump provides oil to the accumulator and maintains stress for gear shifts. When working in tandem, the gasoline pumps enhance efficiency and gasoline economic system.

Hyundai examined it on Nurburgring Nordschleife for about 1,350 grueling laps to make sure the transmission will stand as much as proprietor abuse.

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AUTO NEWS – Do not Anticipate A Guide Transmission On The Hyundai Kona N
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