I’m going to be honest: no-lift shifting is one of the most unnatural experiences I’ve ever had while driving a performance car. The act of leaving my right foot floored while my left foot operates the clutch goes against every ounce of training and instinct associated with mechanical preservation. Even if I intellectually know that the vehicle is designed to let me shift this way, it still feels wrong each and every time.
Why would anyone ever want to no-lift shift, and what cars offer this mind-bending feature? I dig deep in this feature for Driving Line.