Global automobile production - automated manual transmission forecast

The timeline shows an automated manual transmission forecast for automobile production worldwide from 2010 to 2015. In 2010, about 0.55 million cars and light vehicles produced worldwide were equipped with an automated manual transmission. It is forecast that this number will increase to about 1.33 million automobiles produced worldwide in 2015. An automated manual transmission is a transmission that does not change gears automatically, but rather facilitates manual gear changes by dispensing with the need to press a clutch pedal at the same time as changing gears.

Automated manual transmission forecast for automobile production worldwide from 2010 to 2015

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Release date

January 2011

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

2010 to 2011

Supplementary notes

Automobiles: cars and light vehicles.
Numbers are rounded.

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