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On a national level, Chinese regulators have already mandated that 20 percent of all new vehicles use plug-in or pure BEV drivelines by 2025.
Some automakers offer lengthy powertrain warranties, but that typically covers only the engine, transmission and driveline.
The transmission shifts with the precision of a Swiss watch and has built-in safeguards that limit torque in the first three gears to maintain traction and protect the driveline.
To remove any lash in the driveline and to preload the driveshaft and trans with torque, inch up to the line a bit while still holding the brakes.
With power on and windows shut, the i3 eases ahead in eerie silence, save the faint driveline whine from the hybrid synchronous electric motor.
Standard Launch Control optimizes the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk's performance by coordinating the engine, transmission, driveline and suspension for a textbook launch and consistent straight-line acceleration.
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