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Ferrari Officially Abandons the Manual Gearbox

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Ferrari has officially added its name to the list of automakers that will no longer offer a manual transmission. The company’s chief technology officer, Michael Hugo Leiters, explained the decision at the Paris Auto Show last week, citing performance and technology as the motivating factors. Goodbye, gate. “Ferrari is design, performance, and state […] The post Ferrari Officially Abandons the Manual Gearbox appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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