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It’s quite the biggie though, it seems BMW is working on a new type of manual gearbox, one that comes with a Porsche approved number of gears; at seven.
Two images were leaked, both of them explaining the process behind BMW’s new gearbox in development. The first is quite easy to understand but the second comes in with too much of a technical incline required.
BMW new gearbox
The first image of the BMW 7 speed manual is of the shifter knob and showcases the final gear being offside, in a rather unusual way.
The second image tries to explain how the system actually works and is basically a simple way in which BMW is telling us that they’ve engineered a solution to keep us from screwing up the shifts.
BMW have designed this gearbox so that you can’t make unfitting gear shifts. Apparently the principle is simpler than we can see on the prints since the new gearbox is based on the 7 speed M-DCT.
BMW new gearbox
Hopefully, now that most of this stuff has been leaked BMW will provide a decent set of releases on the inner workings of the new gearbox or at least help us with what we’re thinking right now.
As seen on e90post