Definition of manumatic in English:


Syllabification: man·u·mat·ic
Pronunciation: /ˌmanyəˈmadik


An automatic car transmission that enables the driver to shift through the gears manually.
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  • Its power soft top folds nearly flush in ten seconds, its 3.3L VVT-I V - 6 generates 225 hp, and its 5-speed sequential automatic transaxle operates through a gated shifter for manumatic shifting.
  • I know it's not the same as a real manual transmission, but I'm "stuck" with a manumatic for now.
  • BMW’s Dual-Clutch 7-speed manumatic transmission is about to make waves In the News.


1990s: blend of manual and automatic.

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