The inventor of a “smart” gearbox has developed an automatic, self-adjusting gearbox for a Volkswagen Passat, a vehicle that has become one of the most sought-after in the U.S. market, according to The New York Times.
The gearbox system, dubbed “The Haggler” by the paper, is capable of automatically adjusting the torque output of the engine in response to the changing conditions in the vehicle.
The gearbox automatically adjusts to varying degrees, depending on the amount of torque the vehicle has to push forward and the speed of the vehicle, according the paper.
The new gearbox will replace the manual gearbox on the Passat.
The Hagero Gearbox is not the first gearbox to be developed by Hageron.
The company was first to develop a gearbox in 2012, according Topps Baseball.
In the same year, the company released a manual gear box called the Hagera-K.
The technology behind the new gear box was invented by a German-German, Markus Hageroni.
Hageros technology has been used by the Volkswagen Group since the late 1990s.
The company is currently developing a system that can be used on other vehicles in the Volkswagen group.
The “Hagero” gear box is one of several new products that the company is developing in conjunction with Hageronia, the Swiss-based automotive company, the paper reported.