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So if manual transmissions are more for a "driver's car" and you have better control over your car, why does the god tier manufacturers of the "driver's cars" like BMW, Mercedes Benz, Lexus, even McLaren, Lamborghini, Ferrari, and Koenigsegg are on their way to only having their cars in Automatic or Semi-Automatic transmissions?
Let's end this debate once and for all /o/. Manual transmissions will be dead in 10 years. It's not fun to drive a manual transmission. If you are having fun then you are probably asperger's or fedora.
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