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Dana Tech Spans Drivetrain Spectrum

Dana Inc. offers advanced powertrain technologies for everything from conventional piston-powered vehicles to hybrids, all-electric and fuel cell systems—and from cars to commercial trucks and offroad vehicles.
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Dana Inc. offers advanced powertrain technologies for everything from conventional piston-powered vehicles to hybrids, all-electric and fuel cell systems—and from cars to commercial trucks and offroad vehicles.

One of Dana’s latest innovations is its third-generation AdvanTEK all-wheel-drive disconnecting axle, says Bob Pyle, president of light vehicle driveline technologies. Dana began with a special low-viscosity fluid and designed the system to deliver a significant 2% fuel economy gain.

Click HERE to learn more about Dana’s light-vehicle drivetrain technologies.

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