XTRONIC CVT de NISSAN
Funcionamiento de la transmisión CVT Xtronic de Nissan usada en conjunto
con motores de 2.5 y 3.0 Litros.
Visita http://www.e-auto.com.mx encontrarás más información sobre el
funcionamiento de los autos.
XTRONIC CVT in the 2013 Nissan Altima | AutoMotoTV
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Next-generation XTRONIC CVT®
Nissan first adopted the Continuously Variable Transmission in 1992, then
refreshed and modernized it a decade later, becoming one of the world's
first automotive manufacturers to include the CVT on passenger cars. Now,
10 years on again, they've taken it to another level.
The 2013 Nissan Altima will be the first Nissan with the next-generation
XTRONIC CVT. The dramatically improved technology achieves a significant
15% increase in fuel efficiency, accelerates faster, runs quieter and offers an even more
seamless shifting experience.
How does it do this? By giving it the world's highest transmission ratio
and also reducing the transmission's weight, length, friction, and even the
amount of transmission fluid needed.
The transmission ratio is 7.3:1, which is a broader ratio than you'll find
in an average automatic, and far superior to the 6.0:1 you'd find in a
similar model vehicle.
Intelligent CVT Logic ensures that the transmission is always in the right
gear, which eliminates any wasteful gear hunting. The expanded gear ratio
also reduces engine revolutions drastically, allowing the Altima to cruise
at 60 miles per hour at fewer than 1500 RPMs. The benefits of lower RPMs
are obvious -- better fuel efficiency and a noticeably quieter ride.
So, what does all this mean for the driver? Efficiency: up to 15% increase
in fuel efficiency. Performance: it delivers absolutely seamless
performance and alleviates many of the concerns that drivers held about
earlier CVT's. Quiet: the higher-efficiency and 40% reduction in friction
allows the car to perform at higher speeds at very low RPMs, practically
eliminating all noise from the transmission.
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Nissan Juke 1.6 DIG-T (190 PS) 4WD CVT Acceleration 0-210 km/h (Manual mode)
Video showing acceleration from 0 to 210 km/h (top speed) of my mom's new
Nissan Juke 1.6 DIG-T 4WD CVT. It's one of the very first Juke's 1.6 DIG-T
4WD CVT in Poland, especially it is in lovely White Pearl QX1 color :)
Gearbox was in Manual mode, Nissan Dynamic Control System in SPORT mode.
Hope you enjoy it :)
Greetings from Poland :)
Container ship sails straight to shore by university football field
Jaw dropping: a giant ship heads straight towards Hong Kong university's
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A German-flagged container ship headed straight towards shore and
briefly ran aground in Hong Kong on Sunday afternoon (April 6, 2014).
The 192.5-meter-long Hansa Constitution was travelling along the busy
East Lamma shipping channel when it suddenly veered off course.
The Hong Kong Marine Department said the ship's main engine broke down.
People familiar with the shipping industry say the captain and Hong
Kong maritime authorities decided to the best course of action was to beach
the vessel to prevent it from colliding with other ships on the busy
The crew dropped anchor at the last minute, making loud screeching
noises, to slow Hansa Constitution as it headed straight towards the sea
wall outside the University of Hong Kong sports grounds in Pok Fu Lam.
The ship ground to a halt at around 15.22 local. It then slowly
reversed, as Marine, police and fire services rushed to the site. It was
eventually towed free. No one was injured.
The ship was travelling from Yokohama in Japan to Chiwan port in
目定口呆: 192.5米貨船, 行駛東博寮海峽期間,
Copyright: Corinne Vigniel
Location: Near Stanley Ho sports center, Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong
Date: 15:22 local time on April 6, 2014
Camera: iPhone 4S