Pretty much what it says in the title, although it may be something of a dumb question. I was thinking about the Chevrolet Corvair yesterday while I was wondering what sort of suspension types Beamng hasn't covered yet. Then I wondered: The Corvair was a car with a Rear/Rear layout, and I know that other cars with swing axles (certain years of Volkswagen Beetle, Triumph Spitfire, Porsche 356, Renault Dauphine, etc.) always seemed to have them on the rear only. Is there something that makes swing axle suspension inherently unsuitable for the front end of a car? Can it not be adapted to a steering axle? I strongly suspect that this isn't the case though. Ford's longrunning Twin-I-Beam suspension didn't seem to particularly compromise steering ability, but I'm going to be a little picky about this. Because the pivot points are not located in the centre of the vehicle, I'm going to count it as an entirely different type of independent suspension. So, can anybody think of a passenger car that featured swing axles on the front end?