I believe wizard is referring to the smart's Getrag single-clutch AMT (in MY 2008-2015). Smart's system is drive-by-wire, so the AMT is controlled electromechanically with solenoids instead of mechanical linkages. The floor and paddle shifters both send shifting signals to the transmission electronically, so there's really no mechanical connection between the shifters and the transmission. And if you installed either aftermarket cruise controls, you had access to the pedal mapping curves, which allowed users to customize their pedal mapping and shift points (Area 451 even made a bat-out-of-hell shift curve for those so inclined). I hope the Elio's AMT is also drive-by-wire so some of us can play with it in a similar way.