Supercars with manual gearboxes are rapidly becoming a page in the history books, though we can’t say that the facelifted Audi R8 getting a twin-clutch is a bad thing. But it’s not just the Germans and Italians who are getting rid of the manual, as the Americans are just as guilty.
Chevrolet is getting ready to introduce the 580 horsepower ZL1, the quickest Camaro ever. But a recent report from Ward Auto suggest that General Motors is reading for customer demand to show a strong inclination toward the automatic version of the car.
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