I took a chance and swapped the non-electronic shift knob with a shift knob from a Hyundai Elantra/I30 N and N Line. New shift knob fits and functions perfectly. The issues were: The Elantra N shift boot is too small for Stingers with foot-brake. I reused the Stinger shift boot. The new shift knob collar is too big for the Stinger shift boot. I had to trim about 0.3 inch from the top of the Stinger shift boot to fit the new shift knob collar. I used a glue gun to glue the Stinger shift boot to the new shift knob collar. Shift knob removal is straight forward. Pry shift boot from shift panel with fingers or use a trim removal tool. Pull shift knob straight up with lots of force. Be careful not to hit your face or the rear view mirror with the shift knob. Search on Youtube for Optima shift knob removal videos for various how-to videos. Shift knob is a leather one from a 2019-2020 Hyundai Elantra/I30 N and N Line. Part numbers: Shift knob: 46720G350RMW Shift boot: 84632G3130RMW Price for both items was $53 shipped from Korea. Items were purchased on Ebay. You can also buy them from local Hyundai dealers. I like the look of the new shift knob much better than the OEM T-knob. It helps that my last name begins with N. My guess is that most recent non-electronic Kia/Hyundai shift knob will fit the Stinger. Your mileage will vary. Whatever shift knob you buy, you should buy the matching shift boot because you will need the shift boot collar.