After the graet success of AMT that Maruti showcased in Celerio, now Honda to follow in a similar trend with the eclutch system.
The eClutch is positioned as an ‘attractive alternative’ to the conventional automatic transmission. Unlike a fully automatic transmission, the eClutch automates the clutch only, not the transmission.
Bosch’s eClutch ,unlike a fully automatic transmission, the eClutch automates the clutch only, not the transmission. The cable-less clutch pedal transmits an electric signal to an actuator, which decouples the clutch. In congested traffic conditions, the eClutch allows the driver in a manual transmission car to use first gear without using the clutch
Apart from the cost factor, the eClutch promises savings in fuel and lower emissions. Bosch claims that in start-stop coasting mode, the fuel consumption can come down by 10 percent. Bosch reveals new tech for cars, two-wheelers