Teenage engineering is the third element in the Transformers franchise.
The other two are the engine and the wallpapers engine.
The engine was originally a green bar on the right side of the car in the movies.
In the toys and comics, the engine was supposed to be red, but that wasn’t the case.
The Wallpapers Engine is a green, black, and blue spark plug.
In Transformers, the green bar was meant to symbolize the energy generated by the wallpaper engine.
It’s unclear how many movies, comics, and TV shows have these elements.
In one story in Transformers: The Movie, the engines were actually the blueprints for the weapons that the Autobots use in their fight against Decepticons.
They were later removed from the movie.
In Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, the Wallpapers engine was the blueprint for the Decepticon army, and its weapon was a beam rifle that was powered by the energy of the engine.
There’s no mention of any Transformers movie featuring a blue, white, or red engine in this story.
The most recent movie in the franchise, Transformers: Generations, featured a blue engine.
It also featured the wallpapel engine as the weapon of the Depeche Mode Transformers, as opposed to the other two elements.
There’s no confirmation yet whether or not the wallpipe engine will be used in the next movie in The Transformers series.