I don't think it does either.
Originally Posted by Pinecone
WHen it has happened to me, there was NO evidence of the clutch going in or out of engagement.
ANd since the car perfectly happily engine brakes,I don't think it will disengage the clutch based on throttle position while in motion (other than at VERY slow speeds).
I don't think it disengages. You can easily copy this behaviour on a manual (and people have including myself). It's just the throttle engaging/disengaging that does this.
I have yet to experience it on the SMG.
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