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VCMVinyl Chloride Monomer
VCMVoice-Coil Motor
VCMVariable Cylinder Management (Honda)
VCMVictoria Conservatory of Music (Canada)
VCMVariable Cylinder Management
VCMVersion Conflict Manager
VCMVideo Compression Module
VCMVisual Component Manager
VCMVoice Classification Module
VCMVoice Coil Motor
VCMVoice Communications Manager
VCMVideo Compression Manager
VCMVoice Compander Module
VCMVoice Compression Module
VCMVirtual Connect Manager
VCMVirtual Channel Memory
VCMVinyl-Coated Metal
VCMVignette Content Management
VCMVertical Cutter/Mixer (used to make dough and shred cheese)
VCMVariance-Covariance Matrix
VCMVenture Capital Market
VCMVermont City Marathon (est. 1989)
VCMValue Chain Management
VCMVirtual Circuitry Modeling (trademark of Yamaha)
VCMVehicle Control Module
VCMVibration Condition Monitoring
VCMVariable Coding and Modulation (second generation operating feature of digital video broadcasting)
VCMVersion Conflict Manager (Microsoft)
VCMViral Culture Medium
VCMVietnam Campaign Medal
VCMVertical Machining Center
VCMVandercook College of Music (Chicago, IL)
VCMVolatile Condensable Material
VCMVersion and Configuration Management
VCMValue Creation Model
VCMVlaamse Contactcommissie Monumentenzorg (Dutch: Flemish Heritage Preservation Commission Contact; Belgium)
VCMVendor Compliance Manager (software)
VCMVersion Control Management
VCMVoltage Common Mode
VCMVeritas Configuration Manager (Symantec Corporation)
VCMValue Click Media (Internet advertising company)
VCMVariable Contribution Margin
VCMVoluntary Corrective Measure
VCMVatican Chainsaw Massacre (band)
VCMVentricular Capture Management (pacemakers)
VCMVienna Concentus Musicus
VCMVelocity Control Mode
VCMVirtual Call Manager
VCMVapor Cycle Machine (aviation)
VCMVirtual Channel Manager
VCMVector Channel Modeling
VCMVisual Countermeasures
VCMVélo Club Montaigu (French: Cycling Club Montaigu; Montaigu, France)
VCMVirtual Classification Manual
VCMVector Covariance Message (element set used in satellite tracking.)
VCMVolleybal Club Merenwijk (Netherlands)
VCMVOIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) Control Module (flow control platform)
VCMVoltage-Control Mask
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5-litre, direct-injected i-VTEC(R) V6 engine with Variable Cylinder Management, coupled with a six-speed or nine-speed automatic transmission.
5-litre direct injected i-VTEC 24-valve SOHC V6 engine with Variable Cylinder Management.
5-liter direct-injected SOHC i-VTEC V-6 engine with Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) mated to a wide ratio 6-speed automatic transmission, with peak engine outputs of 280 horsepower and 262 lb.
As such, it can operate as a quiet electric vehicle when pulling away from the driveway, accelerate like a V8 with all power sources on, carve like a sports car thanks to variable torque from the rear motors, recharge the batteries when slowing down, or cruise on just three cyclinders thanks to the V6's Variable Cylinder Management.
5-liter, single overhead cam, direct injection V-6 with i-VTEC and Variable Cylinder Management
The engine features electronically controlled Variable Cylinder Management (VCM), which means that it can operate on three cylinders depending on factors including throttle position, vehicle speed, engine speed, and transmission gear selection.
The Odyssey offers 19 miles per gallon in the city and 28 on the highway using the six-speed automatic transmission and Variable Cylinder Management.
5-liter i-VTEC engine, available for the first time in Japan, features an advanced Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) system that switches between six-, four-, and three-cylinder combustion depending on the driving conditions.
Honda's Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) system, introduced in 2003 on the J30A 3.
0-liter SOHC V-6 engine with Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) mated to a 7-speed dual clutch transmission (7DCT) with an integrated electric motor powering the front wheels, and a Twin Motor Unit with two electric motors providing power to the rear wheels.
5-litre i-VTEC V6 engine with Variable Cylinder Management coupled with six-speed automatic transmission.