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What is manumatic transmission in cars? Features and technical parameters of the gearbox

Manumatic is the term used to refer to automatic, semi-automatic, and continuously variable transmissions with the function of manual gear shifting.

When choosing the manual mode, the driver can switch gears by himself by moving the lever in the ‘+’ or ‘-’ direction marked on the gearbox. On some cars, gears can be changed using the steering wheel paddles. The system provides a smooth transition from one gear to another. For changing the gear ratio, there is no need to press the clutch: this function is automatically performed by the system. When the driver applies brakes, shifting to a lower gear is also done automatically.

Benefits manumatic transmission in cars

  • In extreme situations, you can choose the right gear yourself.
  • When necessary, it is possible to stop the car by gradually decreasing the crankshaft speed.
  • Fuel consumption is reduced.
  • When overtaking, you needn’t reduce engine speed.

By this term, the following systems are meant:

  • Tiptronic (Audi, Volkswagen, Porsche, Seat, Peugeot).
  • Steptronic (BMW, MG, Rover, Mini).
  • Sportronic (Alfa Romeo).
  • Switch-Tronic (Alpina).
  • Touchtronic (Aston Martin).
  • EGS (Citroen, Peugeot).
  • Autostick (Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram).
  • SelectShift (Ford, Lincoln).
  • Active Select (Opel, Holden, Vauxhall).
  • SportShift (Aston Martin, Subaru).
  • Shiftronic (Hyundai).
  • Sportmatic (Kia).
  • CommandShift (Land Rover).
  • E-Shift (Lexus).
  • ActiveMatic (Mazda).
  • TouchShift (Mercedes-Benz).
  • Sequential SportShift (Acura, Ford).
  • S-Tronic (Audi).
  • HiVec H-matic (Hyundai).
  • i-Shift (Honda, Volvo).
  • Geartronic (Volvo).
  • Q-System (Alfa Romeo).
  • Q-Tronic (Alfa Romeo).
  • TAPshift, or Touch Activated Power (Pontiac, Saturn, Chevrolet).
  • S-matic (Honda).
  • Sensodrive (Citroen).
  • Comfortronic (Lancia).
  • G-Tronic (Mercedes-Benz, SsangYong).
  • Xtronic CVT (Nissan).
  • Twin Clutch SST (Mitsubishi).
  • Tiptronic S (Porsche).
  • Sentronic (Saab).
  • Allshift (Mitsubishi).
  • 2-Tronic (Peugeot).
  • TACshift, or Touch Activated Control (Pontiac).
  • Protronic (Proton).
  • Multimode manual transmission (Toyota).
  • Direct-Shift Gearbox, or DSG (Škoda, Volkswagen).
  • Porsche Doppelkupplung, or PDK (Porsche).
  • Driver Shift Control, or DSC (Pontiac).
  • INVECS I-III (Mitsubishi).

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