Upcoming Sports Cars of 2023 Proving that Manual Transmission Lives On

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Manual transmissions are not dead. We will prove this to you by showing the newest sports cars with manual trannies, so subscribe to #automotiveterritorydailynews and enjoy this ride!

0:46 2023 Honda Civic Type R

The most powerful Honda-branded vehicle in the US, the only non-electrified Honda in Europe and the fastest mass produced front wheel-drive car on the Suzuka Circuit in Japan. Despite the recent unveil, all these titles already belong to the new 2023 Honda Civic Type R based on the 11th generation Civic.

02:36 2023 Nissan Z

The Nissan Z has always been a purist sportscar, so even after the transition to the seventh generation it kept a traditional front mid-engine rear-wheel drive layout with a standard 6-speed manual transmission.

04:04 2023 Toyota GR Corolla

2023 Toyota GR Corolla is the most powerful version of the model to date, that manages to squeeze out 300 horse from its 1.6L Turbo 3-cyl engine.

05:30 2023 Porsche 911 Sport Classic

Porsche is one of those brands that has an unlimited pool of heritage designs to draw inspiration from. This classy-looking 911 is one of 4 exclusive models that adopt early 1960s styling with a widebody design. The 2023 Porsche 911 Sport Classic sportscar is Limited to 1250 units.

06:47 2023 Acura Integra

2023 Acura Integra returns to the market as a platform sibling of the 11th generation Honda Civic, but gets its own bodywork design and offers an optional 6-speed manual transmission with a limited-slip differential.

08:30 2023 Toyota Supra

2023 Toyota Supra finally adds an all-new 6-speed intelligent manual gearbox, available only with a 3-liter inline 6-cyllinder engine.

9:52 2023 Mini Cooper Resolute Edition

2023 Mini Cooper Resolute Edition is offered for the 3-door and 5-door Mini hatchbacks as well as the convertible, in standard or S guises.

10:56 2023 Hyundai i30 N Drive-N Limited Edition

2023 Hyundai i30 N Drive-N will be limited to 800 units, out of which 545 are destined for Europe, 75 for the UK and 180 for Australia.

12:05 2023 BMW M2

2023 BMW M2 will arrive this October, borrowing chassis and powertrain tech from larger M3 and M4 cars.

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