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Getrag (German: [ɡəˈtʁaːk]), stylized as GETRAG,[5] is the world's largest supplier of transmission systems for passenger cars and commercial vehicles. The company was founded on 1 May 1935, in Ludwigsburg, Germany, by Hermann Hagenmeyer;[1] as the Getriebe und Zahnradfabrik Hermann Hagenmeyer GmbH & Cie KG.[1] Headquartered in Untergruppenbach
Untergruppenbach
in Germany, Getrag manufactures and develops passenger car transmission products and solutions for the important automotive markets Europe, Asia and North America with 24 locations and about 12,500 employees worldwide. In 2011, the company had a turnover of three billion euros.[4] The company has three joint ventures: Getrag Ford Transmissions[1] headquartered in Cologne
Cologne
with Ford Motor Company,[1] Getrag (Jiangxi) Transmission Co. Ltd. with Jiangling Motors
Jiangling Motors
Corporation., Ltd. and Dongfeng Getrag Transmission with Dongfeng Motor
Dongfeng Motor
Corporation. In addition, Getrag supplies transmissions to a variety of automotive manufacturers, including BMW
BMW
(Mini), Daimler AG, Ferrari, Mitsubishi, Porsche, Qoros, Renault, Volkswagen Group
Volkswagen Group
and Volvo. Competitors include Aisin Seiki, BorgWarner, Graziano Trasmissioni
Graziano Trasmissioni
and ZF Friedrichshafen. The portfolio ranges from classical manual transmissions, automated manual transmissions and automatic transmissions based on dual-clutch transmission (DCT) technology to various hybridization solutions, range extender systems and purely electric drivetrains.

Contents

1 Products

1.1 Longitudinal orientation 1.2 Transverse orientation 1.3 Transaxles

2 Sites 3 See also 4 References 5 External links

Products[edit]

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Longitudinal orientation[edit]

217 — 6-speed Alfa Romeo Giulia, BMW
BMW
1 Series, BMW
BMW
3 Series, BMW
BMW
5 Series, BMW
BMW
Z4 220 — 5-speed BMW
BMW
1 Series 221 — 5-speed Jaguar S-Type, Lincoln LS 226 — 6-speed BMW
BMW
M3 226 AMT — 6-speed automated manual BMW
BMW
M3 232 — 4-speed 1968-1972 BMW
BMW
2002 233 — 6-speed Toyota Supra
Toyota Supra
Twin Turbo Nissan Skyline GT-R
Nissan Skyline GT-R
(R34) 235 — 5-speed 1975 Jensen-Healey, 1976 Jensen GT 238 — 6-speed Dodge Ram, Dodge Dakota 240 — 5-speed 1983 BMW
BMW
E21, Opel
Opel
Manta, Opel
Opel
Rekord, various other Opels 1984-1991 BMW
BMW
E30 (318i,318is) 242 — 4-speed 1972-1975 BMW
BMW
2002, 1977-1979 BMW
BMW
E21 245 - 5-speed 1980-1982 BMW
BMW
E21 247 AMT — 7-speed sequential manual 2005- BMW
BMW
M5, BMW
BMW
M6 250 — 5-speed 1992-1999 BMW
BMW
E36 for engines up to 2.5L 1992-1995 BMW
BMW
E34 M50 260 — 5-speed BMW
BMW
E28 1984-1991 BMW
BMW
E30 M20 1988-1991 BMW
BMW
E34 M20 M30 1996-2004 Holden Commodore(VS, VT, VX, VY) for the ECOTEC 2002-2005 Cadillac CTS 265 — 5-speed BMW
BMW
E23 BMW
BMW
E24 BMW
BMW
E28 Jaguar XJS Opel
Opel
Monza Opel
Opel
Senator A 1986-1992 BMW
BMW
M3 1987-1990 BMW
BMW
320is[6] 275 — 5-speed Mercedes 240D, 300GD, 280GE, 280 275 Z — "dogleg" 5-speed Mercedes-Benz
Mercedes-Benz
190e 2.3-16, 2.5-16 (incl. evolution models) (717.404), C124 AMG 3.4 CE, R129 300SL (717.450) 280 — 5-speed 1985-1988 BMW
BMW
M5 (E28), 1989-1994 BMW
BMW
M5 (E34) 290 — 5-speed 1990-1994 Jaguar XJS 1995-1997 Jaguar XJR 1996-1999 Holden Commodore(VS, VT) for the 5 litre V8 420G — 6-speed 1995 BMW
BMW
E34 M5, 1993-1996 BMW
BMW
E34 540i, BMW
BMW
E38 740i/iL, BMW
BMW
840i/Ci, 1996-2003 BMW
BMW
E39 M5, BMW
BMW
E39 540i, BMW
BMW
M3 (E46), BMW
BMW
Z8 560G — 6-speed BMW
BMW
E31 850i, 850Ci, and 850CSi 7DCI600 - 7-speed dual clutch [7] 2008- BMW
BMW
M3 2008- BMW
BMW
3 Series 335i Coupé / Convertible 2008- BMW
BMW
Z4 sDrive35i 2010- BMW
BMW
E87 1 Series 135i 2011- BMW
BMW
M5 2012- BMW
BMW
M6 2014- BMW
BMW
M4 2016- BMW
BMW
M2

Transverse orientation[edit]

252 — 5-speed MINI One, MINI Cooper 281 — 5-speed Fiat Stilo, Fiat Croma, Fiat Idea, Lancia Musa 282 — 5-speed Buick Skyhawk, Chevrolet Cavalier, Chevrolet Beretta, Chevrolet Celebrity, Oldsmobile Achieva, Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais, Pontiac 6000, Pontiac Fiero, Pontiac Sunbird, Pontiac Grand Am 283 — 5-speed Land Rover
Land Rover
Freelander, Rover 75 284 — 5-speed Chevrolet Lumina, Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, Pontiac Grand Prix, Chrysler TC by Maserati
Chrysler TC by Maserati
(16v only), Chrysler Seled Mexico (Lotus 16v DOHC head) 285 — 6-speed Ford Focus
Ford Focus
ST170/SVT, MINI Cooper S F20 — 5-speed Chevrolet Vectra, Chevrolet Astra, Chevrolet Cobalt, Chevrolet HHR, Saturn Vue, Saturn Ion, Opel
Opel
Corsa, Opel
Opel
Meriva, Opel
Opel
Combo, Opel Astra, Opel
Opel
Vectra, Vauxhall Corsa, Vauxhall Meriva, Vauxhall Astra, Vauxhall Vectra, plus various other GM cars F23 — 5-speed Chevrolet Vectra, Chevrolet Astra, Chevrolet Cobalt, Chevrolet HHR, Saturn Vue, Saturn Ion, Opel
Opel
Corsa, Opel
Opel
Meriva, Opel
Opel
Combo, Opel Astra, Opel
Opel
Vectra, Vauxhall Corsa, Vauxhall Meriva, Vauxhall Astra, Vauxhall Vectra F28/6 — 6-speed (with optional four-wheel drive) Opel Calibra
Opel Calibra
Turbo, Vauxhall Calibra
Vauxhall Calibra
Turbo, Vauxhall Cavalier
Vauxhall Cavalier
Turbo 288 — 5-speed Chrysler PT Cruiser, Mercedes-Benz Vito
Mercedes-Benz Vito
W638 431 AMT — 6-speed semi-automatic Smart Fortwo, Smart roadster 452 — 5-speed Smart Forfour, Mitsubishi Colt 452 AMT — 6-speed semi-automatic Smart Forfour, Mitsubishi Colt 453 — 5-speed Smart Forfour, Mitsubishi Colt 453 AMT — 6-speed semi-automatic Smart Forfour, Mitsubishi Colt ??? - 6-speed Noble M12 555 — 5-speed Dodge Daytona
Dodge Daytona
Turbo II, Chrysler GS
Chrysler GS
Turbo II 6DCT470 — 6-speed dual clutch Mitsubishi Lancer, Mitsubishi Outlander,[8] Peugeot 4007, Citroën C-Crosser 6DCT450 — 6-speed dual clutch (also known as Ford PowerShift transmission) Dodge Journey, Chrysler Sebring, Dodge Avenger, Volvo
Volvo
C30, Volvo S40/V50, Volvo
Volvo
C70, Volvo
Volvo
V70, Volvo
Volvo
S80, Volvo
Volvo
S60/V60, Ford Focus, Ford C-Max, Ford S-Max, Ford Galaxy, Ford Mondeo, Ford Kuga 6DCT250[9][10] — 6-speed dual dry clutch Ford Fiesta, Ford Focus, Renault
Renault
Megane, Renault
Renault
Scenic, 2015- Smart Fortwo, 2015- Smart Forfour, 2015- Renault
Renault
Twingo 6DCT150 — 6-speed dual clutch for low torque applications 6DCT200 — 6-speed dual wet clutch 6HDT200 — 6-speed dual clutch for hybrid applications 7DCT300 — 7-speed dual wet clutch - Renault
Renault
EDC and Mini/BMW Steptronic Doppelkupplung since MY2018 in FWD applications 7HDT300 — 7-speed dual wet clutch for hybrid applications 7DCT500 — 7-speed dual wet clutch - Renault
Renault
EDC

Transaxles[edit]

901 — 4 and 5-speed Porsche
Porsche
911 (1964-1968) 902 — 4 and 5-speed Porsche
Porsche
912 (1965-1969) 923 — 5-speed Porsche
Porsche
912E (1976) 016 — 5-speed Porsche
Porsche
924 (1977-1980) G31 — 5-speed Porsche
Porsche
924 GTS G50 — 5-speed Porsche
Porsche
911 (1987-1989) G50 — 5-speed Porsche
Porsche
911 (1987-1989) (G50/00-G50/02) Porsche
Porsche
911 Turbo (1989 type 930) (G50/50) Porsche
Porsche
964 Carrera 2 (1990-1994) (G50/03-04) Porsche
Porsche
964 Carrera 2 RS America (1992-1994) (G50/05) Porsche
Porsche
964 Carrera 2 RS (1993) (G50/10) Porsche
Porsche
964 Turbo (1991-1994 type 965) (G50/52) G64 — 5-speed Porsche
Porsche
964 Carrera 4 (1989-1994) (G64/00-02) G40/50 — 6-speed Porsche
Porsche
968 440 — 5-speed all-wheel drive 1990-1993 Mitsubishi GTO
Mitsubishi GTO
twin turbo (3000GT VR-4 in some export markets), Dodge Stealth R/T Twin Turbo - This transaxle carries the Mitsubishi designation W5MG1 446 — 6-speed all-wheel drive 1993-2000 Mitsubishi GTO
Mitsubishi GTO
twin turbo (3000GT VR-4 in some export markets), Dodge Stealth R/T Twin Turbo - This transaxle carries the Mitsubishi designation W6MG1 448 — 6-speed Porsche
Porsche
911 Turbo, GT3, and Porsche
Porsche
(GT3) Carrera Cup vehicles 466 — 6-speed Audi
Audi
A4, Audi
Audi
A6, Porsche
Porsche
Boxster, Porsche
Porsche
Cayman, Škoda Superb 466 four-wheel drive — 6-speed Audi
Audi
A4, Audi
Audi
S4, Audi
Audi
RS4, Audi
Audi
A6 7DCL750 - 7-speed dual clutch Mercedes SLS AMG Mercedes-AMG
Mercedes-AMG
GT Ferrari
Ferrari
California Ferrari
Ferrari
458 Italia Ferrari
Ferrari
F12 Berlinetta Ferrari
Ferrari
FF - with all-wheel drive Ford GT
Ford GT
- 2nd Generation (3.5L TT)

Sites[edit]

Bad Windsheim, Germany Bordeaux, France Ganzhou, People's Republic of China Gothenburg, Sweden Halewood, England Irapuato, Mexico Kechnec, Slovakia Cologne, Germany Ludwigsburg, Germany Modugno, Italy Nanchang, People's Republic of China Neuenstadt am Kocher, Germany Neuenstein, Germany Rosenberg, Germany Sanand, India Schaffhausen, Switzerland Shanghai, People's Republic of China Sankt Georgen im Schwarzwald, Germany Sterling Heights, Michigan, USA Untergruppenbach, Germany Yudu (in province Jiangxi), People's Republic of China

See also[edit]

Category: Getrag transmissions

References[edit]

^ a b c d e f "GETRAG Corporate Group - corporate history". Getrag Corporate Group. Getrag.de. Retrieved 3 November 2009.  ^ "GETRAG Corporate Group - Sites". Getrag Corporate Group. Getrag.de. Retrieved 9 January 2013.  ^ "GETRAG Corporate Group - Global Presence". Getrag Corporate Group. Getrag.de. Retrieved 9 January 2013.  ^ a b c "Facts and figures of the GETRAG Corporate Group" (PDF). Getrag Corporate Group. Getrag.de. Archived from the original (PDF) on 26 February 2013. Retrieved 9 January 2013.  ^ The name seems to be a syllabic abbreviation of Getriebe und Zahnradfabrik Hermann Hagenmeyer AG. ^ "FAQ 320is". BMW
BMW
M Registry. Retrieved 2011-09-23.  ^ Peter Robinson (2008-09-01). "Lucky Number Seven News & Analysis content from". WardsAuto. Retrieved 2017-03-07.  ^ Gernot Goppelt. "Schalt-Plan – Varianten des Doppelkupplungsgetriebes heise Autos". Heise.de. Retrieved 2017-03-07.  ^ "Start of Production of the Dry Getrag Powershift Transmission 6DCT250". Chicagopressrelease.com. 2010-04-16. Retrieved 2017-03-07.  ^ " Getrag Produces 1 Million Dual Clutch Transmissions 6DCT250" (PDF). Getrag Corporate Group. Getrag.de. Retrieved 17 October 2012. 

External links[edit]

Getrag.com official website

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