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      02-16-2007, 01:21 PM   #9
The Chad

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Originally Posted by ILC32 View Post
I don't think they would debut DSG on a car that will rarely be shifted manually. I think it will most likely debut on an M or on the 3 or Z series.
A car doesn't need to be shifted manually to benefit from a DSG. Having driven a GTI with the DSG it's shifts are super-smooth both in auto and manual modes, making putting around town a breeze. Also, combine that with the fuel benefits of a manual, and you have a good combination for the 7-Series, IMO

Just talking out of my rear, but yeah.