This time, the report came to us by of Australia Drive, who discovered the note on the Japanese blog carsensor.net indicates that a manual transmission is being used for the special GRMN Supra this model is powered by a high-powered version of the BMW 3.0 liter S58 engine built by BMW. This is not the first time rumor was given, and it probably won’t be the last – unless, of course, it’s true.
As Automatic log previous report, Upcoming BMW M3 and M4 will offer a manual transmission with the lower power features of the S58 engine, so maybe the unicorn limited edition Supra will do the same. On the other hand, Last May BMW announced a manual transmission for new Z4 In Europe, that roadster is powered by a low-powered version of the same 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder sold in the Z4 and Supra here. As a result, the Supra could get a bar shift, but one that’s mated to a four-cylinder, not a six. A left field option mentioned elsewhere Toyota protect S55 inline-six 405 hp from electric current M2 Competition, along with that car’s six-speed manual, consider BMW car coupe will be replaced shortly.
We recommend treating this with a grain of salt, as usual, but we also cannot rule it out entirely, especially given the potential threat of Nissan’s cheaper price, Z-car manual transmission on the horizon.