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  1. The automated manual transmission has its origins in early clutchless manual transmissions that began to appear on mass-production cars in the 1940s and 1950s. An early example of this transmission was introduced with the Hudson Commodore in 1942, called Drive-Master.

    Year Of Introduction
    Transmission Name
    Model (s)
    156, 147, GT, 159, Brera, Spider
  2. some automatic transmissions are based on the mechanical build and internal design of a manual transmission but have added components (such as computer -controlled actuators and sensors) which automatically control the timing and speed of the gear shifts and clutch; this design is typically called an automated manual transmission (or sometimes a …

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  4. Automated Manual Transmission (AMT) Modular automated manual transmission technology that can be adapted to a wide range of gear boxes KEY FACTS Driver Comfort Relieves driver from shifting gears and clutch operation Safe Enables comfortable, smooth and safe driving High Performance Available from 6-speed up to 18-speed applications Proven

  5. Dec 03, 2019 · AMT or Automated Manual Transmission is mechanically similar to a manual transmission, except that the sensors and actuators perform the clutch work and shift gears. Automated Manual...

  6. The Cons of Automated Manual Transmission (AMT): Jerky Gear Shifts: This is one major gripe with the AMT transmission. The gear shift quality is not always consistent. Sometimes it’s good and sometimes it’s plain jerky and awkward. In comparison to other expensive automatics, the AMT will certainly feel inferior in terms of shift quality.

  7. What Is Automated Manual Transmission - Technically speaking, an AMT is a ‘tweaked’ manual transmission, which has done away with the need to engage a clutch pedal at the same time as shifting gears.

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