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driveline

[′drīv‚līn]
(mechanical engineering)
In an automotive vehicle, the group of parts, including the universal joint and the drive shaft, that connect the transmission with the driving wheels.
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Karl Berger, GKN Driveline Senior Director of Constant Velocity Joints, said: "GKN innovations make vehicles better to drive and more efficient.
The businesses being acquired, being referred to as Getrag Driveline Products, are Getrag Corporation, a joint venture with Dana Corporation based in the US, and Getrag All Wheel Drive AB, a joint venture with Dana Holding Corporation and Volvo Car Corporation in Sweden.
The drivelines will be available with 100,000-mile lubrication intervals and a three-year, 300,000-mile warranty in linehaul service.
The breakthrough countertrack[TM] technology has set the new benchmark standard for driveshaft technology," said Rob Rickell, global engineering director for GKN Driveline.
13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- GKN Automotive, the global leader in driveline technologies, has developed a new version of its Twinster torque vectoring all-wheel drive (AWD) system for the Ford Focus RS.
Following fast on the announcement of the company's "breakthrough countertrack(TM) and crosstrack(TM) technology" for constant velocity joints (CVJs), GKN Driveline announces the development of a further new-generation drivetrain product.
April 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- GKN Driveline has become the first Tier One supplier ever to deliver a complete all-wheel drive (AWD) system for a vehicle manufacturer.
REDDITCH, England, December 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Vehicle makers plan to introduce "breakthrough" technology from GKN Driveline that provides lighter driveshaft components, improved fuel economy and better overall vehicle performance.
Intelligent drivelines and lighter vehicle components and systems are helping to achieve this goal.
13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- GKN Driveline has been selected to supply the front axle for a number of BMW X Series sports activity vehicles.
Designed for truck operators who seek reduced maintenance costs and a longer warranty, Meritor MXL drivelines feature 100,000-mile lubrication intervals for both U-joints and the slip section, along with a three-year, 350,000-mile linehaul warranty.
We've set the bar higher for drivelines in terms of performance, ease of maintenance, and warranty coverage - all highly valued by the customers.