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Different types of DSG

PostPosted: 05 Nov 2017, 20:20
by admin1
Hello,

As most of you probably know, there a several different types of DSG transmissions in all the VAG models. I summarized them here below:

- DQ200:
7-speed DSG transmission with dry clutch, most found on VAG-cars from 2007 till present day. With engine capacity between 1.0-1.9 litre. (Max torque 250Nm)

- DQ250:
6-speed DSG transmission with wet clutch, most found on VAG-cars from 2003 till present day. Mostly used on cars with a 2.0 litre or 3.2 V6 engine.

- DQ500:
7-speed DSG transmission with wet clutch, mostly found on Transporters 2009-2013 but also used in the Audi RS3.

- DQ380/DQ381:
7-speed DSG transmission with wet clutch, used in the Golf 7 GTI and Audi S3. Production started in 2015, widespread in China. In 2017 the transmission was more widespread in Europe. This transmission is a smaller version of the DQ500, which can be found on the Audi RS3.
The DQ381, is the 4 wheel drive version of the DQ380.

- DL501:
7-speed DSG transmission with wet clutch. (Audi S-tronic)

- DL382:
7-speed DSG transmission with wet clutch. Used in the Audi A4/A5/A6. Production started in 2015, it's the 2 wheel drive version of its predecessor the DL501. The 4 wheel drive version is called the DL382-7Q.

- DL800
7-speed DSG transmission with wet clutch. Rarely used, only in the second generation Audi R8 (2015-present) and the Lamborghini Huracan.