We’ve heard rumors about the Supra Non-Stop and leaked documents have shown us that the BMW Z4 will make as much as 335 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of torque. As such, the whole world has assumed that the Toyota Supra would use the same 3.0-liter inline-six and deliver similar figures. Even more so, the Z4 is slated to be offered with the option of a manual transmission, leaving hope to the dream that we’ll have that three-pedal goodness in the Supra too. All that information can be laid to rest, though, as Tetsuya Tada, Head of the MKV Supra Program, has said that the Supra is being developed with a dual-clutch transmission only. And, that has to do with it being so powerful and because it’s designed to be a race car, even in consumer form.