Honda Fit Hybrid teardown (Part 2): Engine and transmission

Engine & 7-speed dual clutch transmission with built-in motor is shown



A cutaway model of the 7-speed DCT
A cutaway model of the 7-speed DCT exhibited at the "new technology presentation" held by Schaeffler Japan in October 2013.
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 Disassembly event of the Honda Fit Hybrid was organized by Saitama Industrial Development Corporation, Next Generation Automobile Industry on November 2013. Disassembly of the battery-related components and the electric servo brake system was reported already in:

Previous report:
Honda Fit Hybrid teardown (Part 1) (Dec. 2013)

 This report, Honda Fit Hybrid Teardown (Part 2), mainly covers the function of the drive unit that comprises the engine, the motor and the 7-speed dual clutch transmission (DCT).

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