1971: Birth name Sasic, following the consolidation of two competing companies: Santucci and SICF. The production site located in Putanges Sasic was already operated by SICF before 1971. 1973: Sasic joined British LUCAS including its three main business segments are automotive, aerospace and technology applied. 1974: Release of the first English French catalog dedicated to the Peugeot 404 & Tourism Utilities, with reference to equipment engine, motor, water circulation, exhaust, gearbox, rear axle, management , braking, the front suspension rear . . . . 1998: Following the acquisition of the British group by the American Lucas Variety, Variety has sought a buyer for Sasic. In 1998, Sasic is integrated into the group Sevt, a French automotive supplier. The group Sevt is a family group today consists of five subsidiaries federated around the automotive industry. Each of these subsidiaries has a business and a specialty high-end positioning:. 2002: Sasic extends its activity to the renovation of clutches. The plant renovation of the new subsidiary, called Sadex, is based in Normandy. 2007: Sasic is considered Europe's leading anti-vibration for French brands. With a new catalog released in July, Sasic consolidated his lead. Renault has a new automatic transmission EDC (Efficient Dual Clutch) with a six-level consumption and CO2 emissions sharply break with traditional automatic transmissions (up to 17%, about 30 g of CO2 less per kilometer). This box will be opened by the EDC Mégane family in the first quarter of 2010 over his heart-end versions dCi 110 FAP. With CO2 emissions reduced, the Mégane will be the first automatic transmission to receive the Renault eco ² signature. The new EDC Renault box belongs to the family of automatic transmissions. There is no clutch pedal and gearshift control is automatic type (PRND), with pulse mode (+/-). The gear changes are automatic and comfortable, controlled by a computer which selects the ideal gear. To optimize the performance and consumption, Renault has chosen a transmission with double clutch EDC "dry". It consists of two clutches: one dedicated to odd gears (1st, 3rd and 5th), the second to even gears (2nd, 4th, 6th) and the reverse. The gear selection is done by means of synchros, like a manual transmission. Electric actuators, controlled by a computer, drive the synchros and clutches. The computer selects the ideal ratio for the different operating parameters. It adapts instantly to driver input by engaging the report itself instantly delivering adequate power at the precise moment when it needs it. . . .