Browse Publications Technical Papers 2006-21-0026
2006-10-16

Innovative Driveline System Technology 2006-21-0026

Increasing dynamics and agility as well as simultaneously reducing fuel consumption and emissions - these are today's challenges in the field of driveline development. Now, hybrid technology is in the pipeline. ZF is developing hybrid components, modules, and transmissions, as well as complete hybrid systems. Among the key issues of hybrid technology discussion is also the topic of energy storage.
In addition to the evolving trend focusing on hybrid technology, the market perceives a number of innovations with reference to automatic transmissions, dual clutch transmissions, and all-wheel drive systems. These technologies also enable a substantial reduction in fuel consumption as well as CO2 emissions.
The networking of these new driveline and chassis systems allows for an optimized power management and enhanced driving dynamics with respect to stability and agility.

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