driveline

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  1. (noun) See drive train.

Examples by Wordnik

  1. Our customers respect us for our agile, responsive approach to satisfying their needs, whether for the precision metallic components, modules and systems of our powertrain driveline business, or the high-quality, innovative aerial work platforms our globally successful Skyjack business produces. - The New Face of Linamar: The Evolution of a Brand
  2. But if its dimensions are nothing new, then VW says the Up's safety, accommodation and driving qualities make it so - as do its costings, with a new floor pan and driveline, which is built in Bratislava, Slovakia. - Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  3. Another first for Jaguar is the new Active Differential Control (ADC), the final stage of the supercharged V8 driveline, which is designed to give improved traction and dynamic stability. - Jalopnik
  4. Ditto air resistance (2.6 percent); friction between the wheels, their bearings and the road (4.2 percent); braking (5.8 percent); and the "driveline," which includes the transmission and all the other parts of the car that transmit the force of the crankshaft to the wheels. - GOOD
  5. I specifically remember removing them by just breaking two steel straps and not having to fiddle them around the driveline. - The Volokh Conspiracy » Toyota Facing $16 Million Fine …

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