Propulsion transmission

Propulsion transmission refers to the system that transmits power from a vehicle’s engine to its drive wheels. This system includes the transmission, the drivetrain, and the drive wheels.

The transmission is a mechanical component that transmits power from the engine to the wheels using gears of different ratios. A drivetrain links the transmission with the wheels and transmits the power from the transmission to the wheels.

The drive wheels are the wheels that are powered by the propulsion system and are responsible for propelling the vehicle forward. Being a critical component of a vehicle’s powertrain, the propulsion transmission system is responsible for transmitting engine power to wheels in a way that allows the vehicle to move.

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