Screens show a transverse layout, and since in UE4 it is no longer a problem to fit sensible engines in longitudinal FWD I guess it was meant to be transverse. We can rp a V12 as a turbo I4, but what for, if we have turbo I4s?
I don’t have a problem with roleplaying things that are not in Automation, such as said transaxle - in the end I’m making “diesels” myself, even one “5”-cylinder. I was just pointing out that this car has a transverse layout, so giving Audi as an example of a transaxle layout isn’t really relevant for that case, as they (AFAIK) don’t use transverse transaxle.
@FalseDevz From what I know transaxle in FWD means that the engine and the gearbox are on the other sides of the axle - for example engine in front of the axle and the gearbox behind it (like in Audi). And now I wonder how two such different layouts as FWD and RWD transaxle ended up being named the same.