Did you mayhaps mean clutches?
- adj. Without a clutch (vehicle component), or without the use of the clutch.
- clutch + -less (Wiktionary)
“Many cars today have what I call a clutchless manual transmission.”
“Now, Ford is launching a new clutchless manual transmission in its Fiesta and Focus lines, that offers stick-shift fuel economy without the inconvenience of a clutch pedal.”
“The new 911 model making its debut in Frankfurt next week will be offered with a seven-speed manual or a seven-speed clutchless PDK.”
“At Porsche AG's U.S. arm, 55% to 65% of the buyers of Porsche sports cars buy a clutchless manual transmission, which is marketed as the PDK—short for "Porsche Doppelkupplungsgetriebe.”
“European car makers for several years have been expanding their use of clutchless, or automated, manual transmissions under various names, responding to consumer demand for fuel-saving technology in a market where fuel is expensive.”
“Ford has launched a campaign to educate buyers about the clutchless manual and is considering ways to recalibrate the transmission to smooth out the performance.”
“Ford Motor Co.'s new Fiesta subcompact and Focus compact both come with a choice of a six-speed manual transmission as standard equipment, or a six speed "PowerShift" transmission, which is Ford's version of a clutchless manual.”
“Volkswagen Volkswagon Golf R32 2003 Volkswagen offers its direct-shift gearbox DSG transmission on the Golf R32, the first clutchless manual in a modern mass-market car.”
“Even among cars favored by driving enthusiasts, clutchless transmissions are becoming the norm.”
“This is why stick is the default option for sports cars, although F1 paddle-style shifters and various clutchless designs have become more prevalent these days.”
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