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									  DPS6 Powershift Transmission

Game Changing
Technology for
 Fuel Economy
      Game Changing Technology


                 DPS6




The segment exclusive 6-speed DPS6 Transmission and Powershift
Technology will provide a competitive advantage through superior
mechanical efficiency and performance improvement.

   FUEL ECONOMY / CO2
         PERFORMANCE                  8-10% fuel economy
                                      improvement vs. traditional 4
       CONNECTED FEEL                 speed automatic
  PROVIDES TORQUE TO
  THE WHEELS 100% OF
             THE TIME
DPS6 Transmission
   Torque range up to 250 Nm
   6 gears – total span 5.6
   Covers B and C platforms
   4 shaft design
   Dual clutch system – with Dry
    Clutch (like M/T)
   Compact ~350 – 380mm
    long, 183mm ctr. distance
   Light weight - only 73 kg
   Electromechanical shift
    actuation system
   Electromechanical clutch
    actuation system
   MAM – onboard TCM
   Mechanical park system
   Electronic range selection.
   No external fluid connections
                DPS6 – Key Benefits
   Improved fuel economy
        Very high mechanical efficiency vs hydraulic A/Ts.
           Eliminates the need for hydraulic controls
           No torque converter, no oil pump… no parasitic losses.
           Low viscosity transmission oil
        6 speed wide ratio span (5.58) allows the engine to run
         at optimal operating speed for both city and highway.
        Powertrain control innovations to maximize efficiency
   Maintenance Free
           Fill for life trans oil - No dipstick checking required
           Dual clutch is designed to last for 10 years / 150k miles
           Cooler lines are eliminated, no oil leaks
                            Powershift vs 6 speed A/T
                              Efficiency comparison
                                        6F35 and DPS6 Gearbox Input Torque Loss for Top Gear
                                          Gearbox Input Torque = 60Nm and PumpLoss is Included in 6F35

                                                                                                         Transaxle
                                 14                                                                      6F35
Gearbox Input Torque Loss (Nm)




                                                                                                         DPS6
                                 12

                                 10

                                                         Speed Range for
                                 8                       EPA_Highway Cycle

                                 6

                                 4

                                 2

                                 0
                                 1000               1600 1800 2000 2200 2400 2600               3000
                                                    Gearbox Input Speed (rpm)
DPS6 Dual Clutch System
     Transmission Controls Innovations
Ford Controls and Software Development Engineers have developed novel
  control strategies to maximize customer satisfaction with the Powershift
  transmission:

• Neutral Idle – the clutches will disengage when the brakes are applied.
  This function Increases fuel economy, improves coasting downshifts and
  improves clutch robustness.

• Precise Clutch Control – Micro Slip for NVH Improvements
  Provides torsional damping through clutch slip. Improves NVH at low
  engine speeds and enables lower lugging limit for improved fuel
  economy.

• Torque Hole Filling – Provides smooth torque transfer during up shifts
  through precise coordination of engine torque delivery during the shift.

• Tip In/Back Out Logic – All new algorithms developed to provide smooth
  torque transitions to handle rapid changes of driver pedal input.
       Transmission Controls Innovations
• Slow Speed Driving (Creep) w/ Integrated Brake Pressure – Provides
  typical creep function that drivers expect out of an automatic
  transmission (torque as a function of brake pressure). Provides
  customer comfort and control for low speed/parking lot drivability.

• Hill Mode – Launch Assist – Integration of the brake control function with
  the transmission strategy to provide improved drivability on hills. Brakes
  will hold brake pressure until the engine delivers enough torque to move
  the car up the hill. This feature prevents vehicle roll back on a grade.
  This provides improved driving confidence/comfort/safety while also
  providing clutch robustness.

• Ford Grade Assist – Implementation of Ford Grade Assist algorithm for
  improved driveability/control on hilly terrain. Driver selectable function
  through button on shifter.
 DPS6 Transmission – key points
- All NEW, segment exclusive DCT technology.
– Enables Fiesta to achieve outstanding fuel
  economy.
– Provides the connected feel of a manual
  transmission, while also providing smooth gear
  shifts and the convenience of conventional
  automatic transmission.
– Delivers new functionality to the customer
  through the use of electro-mechanical control
  systems and Ford developed controls
  innovations.

								
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