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The latter, which will cost from PS28,120, uses the same 240bhp directinjection turbo petrol engine and twin dry clutch Alfa TCT transmission as the Alfa Romeo 4C supercar.
Alfa's TCT twin dry clutch transmission is used, including shift paddles behind the steering wheel, and the car also marks the debut of the new Alfa DNA selector which not only features the three standard settings of Dynamic, Natural and All Weather but also a Race mode designed to further enhance the driving experience on a racetrack.
Alfa's TCT twin dry clutch transmission is used, including shift paddles behind the steering wheel, and the car also marks the debut of the new Alfa DNA selector, which features the three standard settings of Dynamic, Natural and All Weather and a Race mode designed to further enhance the driving experience on a racetrack.
It is equipped with a new 1750 Turbo Petrol engine with direct injection and aluminium block, coupled with 'ALFA TCT' twin dry clutch transmission and the Alfa D.
The dry clutch DCT is likely to be more dominant by 2020 due to its anticipated adoption within the small car segment and lower costs compared to wet clutch DCT.
It also boasts the sophisticated Alfa TCT twin dry clutch transmission and the brand's DNA selector with the new Race mode.
And he notes that control system software and compute power have been essential for the smooth drivability of the dual dry clutch transmission.
It needs neutral to start but then it bursts into life with that typical Ducati V-twin drone and rattle from the dry clutch.
e new Giulietta Quadrifoglio Verde (Italian for four leaf clover) has taken on a more striking and sporty look and in addition it features the highperformance engine from the Alfa Romeo 4C supercar - the new 240bhp direct injection 1,750cc Turbo Petrol unit combined with an all-new six-speed twin dry clutch Alfa TCT transmission which works in either all-automatic or sequential mode plus paddle shifts behind the new "atbottomed steering wheel.