DCT

Definition : Dual Clutch Transmission
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Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) or Double-Clutch Transmission, is a type of automatic transmission that automates clutch and shift operation while retaining the essential structure and direct acceleration feel of a manual transmission. As the name suggests, Dual Clutch Transmission features two clutches (dual), instead of one, for odd and even gear sets, which operate independently of each other. Just like any other automatic transmission system, it also doesn't have a clutch pedal. DCT offers acceleration and shifting while minimizing the power gaps that occur during shifting with a manual transmission.

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