gearshift


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gear lever

(US and Canadian), gearshift
a lever used to move gearwheels relative to each other, esp in a motor vehicle

gearshift

[′gir‚shift]
(mechanical engineering)
A device for engaging and disengaging gears.
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In further progress of this work a signal generator will be introduced, which offers the same functionality of the TCU software regarding the generation of transient control signals during a gearshift prozess.
Move the gearshift from Drive to Sport and the RS redlines in each gear throwing you back in your seat.
Hit the Sport button near the gearshift and there's a sharper throttle response but also a much deeper exhaust note as it opens a flap in the left exhaust tailpipe to further intensify the sound.
In addition to the standard Start-Stop, optimum gearshift indicator, brake energy regeneration and active aerodynamics, the 520d EfficientDynamics saloon has a longer final drive ratio to reduce engine revs at highway speeds and low-rollingresistance tyres.
Stop and Start and a gearshift indicator also feature while the TwinAir also comes with a high level of standard spec, such as a full complement of airbags and power windows, and a raft of personalisation options like the rest of the 500 range.
If you want even more, there's the M37S - complete with four-wheel active steering, sports suspension, even sportier seats, gearshift paddles and a set of 20in alloy wheels.
Interior upgrades include SZ-L carpet mats plus silver coloured trim for gearshift knob, side ventilation louvres and door openers.
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In top-spec SEL trim, costing pounds 14,000, the Polo is fitted with 16-inch alloys, fog lights, leather trim on the steering wheel, gearshift and handbrake, a multi-function computer and tyre pressure warning.
3 : a bar or rod used to run or adjust something <a gearshift lever>