clutch pedal

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Synonyms for clutch pedal

a pedal or lever that engages or disengages a rotating shaft and a driving mechanism

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The principal advantage of FreedomLine(TM) is that it completely eliminates the clutch pedal and the need for manual clutch actuation for start and stop, while giving drivers the option of fully automated or operator- controlled shifting.
But while Rover has improved driver involvement with a more responsive brake reaction, sharper steering and lowered clutch pedal, the gearshift is let down by a rubbery feel.
The Clio Extreme is fitted with a new type of transmission, called Quickshift5, which gives the ability to choose between gearchange modes - manual or auto - without the need to press the clutch pedal.
A wide-angle clutch torsion damper reduces gear rattling, while the combination of a short-stroke clutch pedal, master cylinder with integrated hydraulic damper, and improved friction material are designed to improve clutch feel.
Drivers holding only an automatic licence can now drive the MR2 Roadster with F1-style Sequential Manual Transmission, as the car has no clutch pedal.
The car offers a standard five-speed gearbox, but there's no clutch pedal.
It is a fully-automated heavy truck transmission without a clutch pedal that will be made available in the North American market.
Licensed by Porsche Lizenz- und Handelsgesellschaft mbH, the Fanatec Porsche 911 Turbo Racing Wheel offers gamers latency free wireless USB technology (wheel and pedals), three force feedback motors and smooth belt drive, both of which help to deliver sensational realism, 6+1 speed H-pattern gear stick with realistic shifting feel, and authentic wireless pedals with realistic clutch pedal (with declining resistance) and brake with soft-stop.
Shuttle CommandTM 20x12 is also available for specific applications and the transmission offer is complete with the 24x24 Dual Command with Power Clutch allowing up to 8 clutch pedal less gear changes.
In the case of the Cee'd, it includes Intelligent Stop and Go (ISG), which turns off the engine when the car is stationary in traffic and the driver takes his or her foot off the clutch pedal.
With the gear lever in neutral and clutch pedal raised and the ability to go forward returns, the heavy duty starter motor sparks up the engine again when you dip the clutch pedal.
There's no clutch pedal or manual shift lever, at least not in the traditional sense.
The gearbox is smooth and precise and the clutch pedal is also a little light, making it a bit difficult to judge when the clutch catches.
You can adjust the seat, starting with the fore and aft movements then the height adjustment, until your feet are comfortably positioned to reach all three pedals, and to allow enough space for your left foot to rest alongside the clutch pedal when you are not making gear changes.
Police said the driver of the Nova was an 18-year-old from Rugby who said he lost control of the car after his foot slipped off the clutch pedal.