The variator.

Believe it or not, the CVT is the oldest invention after the wheel used in the car. People say that Leonardo da Vinci painted the variator back in 1490, but the actual mechanism that gets the patent, continuously variable transmission has evolved in the late XIX century. Once unclaimed, the idea lay idle until 1958, when one of DAF Hub-founder …

ABS – anti-lock system

Anti-lock braking system is one of the active safety systems, which allows the car effectively to slow down on slippery surfaces and remain manageable even during emergency braking. During emergency braking large possibility is that the force on the brake mechanisms will be stronger than the force of traction on asphalt. In this case, the wheels will be locked and …