midengine

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mid- +‎ engine

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midengine (not comparable)

  1. (automotive) Of a design in which the engine of an automobile is placed between the rear and front axles
    • 2007 May 20, Ezra Dyer, “Growling at the Exotics’ Door”, New York Times:
      The R8’s midengine design echoes that of Audi’s dominant R8 racecar [] .

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