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The system in a motor vehicle which connects the transmission to the drive axles.
- ‘Keeping such a powerful motor, and indeed the rest of the drivetrain alive is a monumental task in itself.’
- ‘Many have drivetrains taken from sport sedans, with suspensions to match.’
- ‘The advertised peak power is lower than a conventional drivetrain, yet it achieves the acceleration performance of a much more powerful system.’
- ‘I'm not that nuts about hybrids because, in essence, you need two drivetrains, not one.’
- ‘The compact dimensions of the system means minimum impact on interior space and the design of the drivetrain is surprisingly simple but highly efficient.’
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