A Transaxle is a transmission unit combining the functionality of a transmission, differential, and sometimes the final drive into a single integrated unit.
Transaxles are commonly used in front-wheel-drive to provide a compact and space-efficient drivetrain solution.
Transaxles integrate transmission and differential functions, optimizing space and weight distribution in certain vehicle layouts.
Transaxles are situated at the front of the vehicle, mounted onto the back of the engine.
Automotive engineers and drivetrain specialists incorporate Transaxles to optimize drivetrain efficiency and packaging in specific vehicle configurations.
Transaxles help centralize weight distribution and streamline power delivery, enhancing vehicle handling and optimizing drivetrain efficiency.