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A semi-automatic gearbox is a system in which the transmissions are controlled by electronic sensors on the orders of the director. The major difference between a manual transmission and a semi-automatic gearbox that is found in the last no clutch pedal in the car. Previously this was done by electromechanical or electro-hydraulic systems, the Citroen DS was already equipped with such a system in 1955. Today the electronics takes this over.

One knows as no clutch pedal, but the shift pattern is changed. The ordinary gear is, in most production cars, replaced by a kind of stick. For example, this one moves forward to switch back to move down a gear and to the right to reverse. The stick often also sends to the driver that is necessary to control the transmission.

The Renault Twingo is an ‘easy’ option (been). This is a semi-automatic with a regular poker. The engine can only be started with lever in neutral, then the lever can be put in gear. No additional action If the tray in reverse, 1 or 2, by giving the clutch is released smoothly. Light gas When you pedal faster, the clutch is much faster in operation. If the bin in 3 or higher, there is a beep is heard. That beeper sounds even if you’re going to give at speeds below 20km/h. switched to 3/4/5 gas Switching is done while driving through the poker light to put tension and then letting the gas. Loose The tray will come in freely and the clutch is activated. This happens so fast that you can put in one fluid motion. Poker into the next gear When downshifting you feel a little more resistance, exactly as with a full manual car. If the tray back into the gear, the clutch is automatically released. By possibly absorb what it can throttle switch definitely go as smoothly as with a foot-operated clutch.