These ten cars are saving the manuals with more power! That's the best way to do it.
Torque: 660 lb/ft
While this diesel Ram only has 350 horsepower, its torque had to be tuned down to 660 lb/ft from 800 in order for that manual gearbox to survive. It doesn't make much sense, but who cares? Truck yeah!
Suggested By: maximum sarge
Power: 575 hp
While Europeans are stuck with the M DCT, the US got the BMW M5 with a proper manual. Don't ask why. What's for sure is that you can buy it with the Competition Package boosting power to 575 horses.
Suggested By: Evan McM.
Power: 576 hp
Our friends down under at Holden Specialty Vehicles really know how to make a GM sedan a burnout machine. It's got the same power as the equally-smallblocked Camaro ZL1. And maybe the SS will soon join it.
Suggested By: Rod Millington
Power: 625 hp (at least)
The Z06 gets a new, fast-shifting automatic as well, but all we care about is 638 horsepower blasting through that seven-speed manual.
Suggested By: Party-vi, Photo Credit: Jalopnik
Power: 640 hp
The Viper is currently only available with a stick, but you've got to start buying the damn things! Otherwise Fiat-Chrysler won't make another, with or without a manual.
Suggested By: Luc.A.
Power: 650 hp
I asked around, and yes, Noble is still very much in business, so you can order an M600 today. And you should because it's fantastic.
Suggested By: zakarious
Power: 662 hp
The fastest Fords always come with a manual, but if you want to buy one of these, hurry up, it's been on the market since 2009 and I have a feeling that stocks are starting to run out soon.
When that happens, get an Equus Bass 770.
Suggested By: Automatch Tom
Power: 750 hp
Ruf stands for insane Porsche.
Suggested By: quirt
Power: 1,100 hp
Just don't drive it in the wet.
Suggested By: Sol10
It's not a Lotus, get over it already.
Suggested By: RazoE
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