Sell both, Porsche went pdk only then offered a manual again. The purists and fans will support your brand through thick and thin, the independent buyer buys tech/value. 4/5 people buying the dct version are still slower around leguna seca with this car than Randy Phobst is with a 2012 boss 302LS guaranteed. There’s a rewarding engagement of a manual, regardless of the speed or rate of speeding. My toaster? Yes make that as automated as possible, call it bender and feed it beer for all I care so long as it makes good toast. My car? For me that’s when I get to have some engaging fun. I have more fun driving a manual no nannies Nissan 350z than I do piloting a Tesla p100d. I as a 2nd hand buyer prop up the sales of a new car because I take part in helping keep the resale value strong. A first hand buyer is comfortable taking the 25-40% value hit. I step in and take it off their hands for a pretty high price compared to other 3-5 year old performance cars depreciation because I am a member of many specialty mustang buyers. Break that connection to me and my demographic of 2nd hand buyers, and you can kiss your resale value goodby. I didn’t buy a used 03 cobra over a used e46 M3 because I’m a stupid redneck that doesn’t appreciate European engineering. I deal with the buying crowd of those cars everyday at work. I could easily go the eurosnob route. I and many buy/bought used cobras and gt500’s because it’s what speaks to us, and was built listening to us. I speak with many when I say a mustang without a stick and traditional handbrake is a turn off. Gt350 and bullitt resale values will not fall like gt500’s will, I guarantee it.