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A new manual is available on the Lexus website that is supposed to help owners get the most out of their manual transmission.

The manual manual transmission is supposed not only to make driving easy but to help the car feel like a vehicle of its age.

Lexus has been making the manual for the last few years and the new manual, available for purchase in March, features a new technology.

The technology is called Dynamic Adaptive Braking, or DAB, and it works by changing the vehicle’s shape based on how the car is traveling, which helps the car to stop more quickly.

The result is that the car should be able to stop and start more easily, according to Lexus.

According to Lexuses website, the new DAB features a system that automatically switches the front wheels to slow down when the car comes to a stop.

This helps with safety and reduces the risk of accidents.

The system is triggered by a small electronic switch that is located on the center console, along with a small brake pedal and a push button on the instrument panel.

The DAB is able to work in conjunction with the Adaptive Cruise Control system, which automatically shifts the front wheel and helps the vehicle to maintain a steady speed and brake.

It’s also able to shift the rear wheels to keep the vehicle in an ideal driving position.

The system automatically switches to the Adapted Brake when the rear wheel is not moving and is unable to control the front tires.

The DAB automatically shifts to the rear when the front tire is moving, and the Adaptation Cruise Control switches to a mode where it is able in theory to keep both tires on the ground.

Lexuses engineers have also worked to make sure the DAB will not activate when the vehicle is in gear.

The new manual also features a redesigned center console with a new logo and the addition of a second display on the left side of the center armrest.

The new center console has a larger LCD screen, and is also equipped with an 8-inch touch screen that allows users to control navigation, radio, and other functions using touch screens.

The Lexus DAB manual also has a new color scheme, a redesigned steering wheel and new rear seats, according the website.

The manual comes with a free digital radio, a six-speaker, surround sound system, and a USB port for charging a phone.

Lexys website also states that the Dab manual can be purchased with a one-year, $12,500 insurance policy for drivers.

The automaker also offers the manual with a 3.5-inch touchscreen, which can be used to check and view the owner’s information and see the vehicle information on the dashboard.

The automated adaptive braking system is supposed be able save drivers up to 15 minutes per trip, according Lexus, by reducing the vehicle speeds by up to 40 percent.

According to the automaker, drivers can expect to save up to 35 percent in gas costs if they do not have to change their driving habits.