Sequential transmissions are a type of manual transmission that is commonly found in high-performance and racing vehicles. In a sequential transmission, the gears are arranged in a straight line, and the driver selects gears by pushing or pulling the gear lever forward or backward.
Some of the advantages of sequential transmissions are:
Faster and more precise gear changes.
They are less physically demanding to operate than H-pattern transmissions, as the driver doesn't need to move the gear lever as far to shift between gears.