Here it is. Looks tame enough to me. (from Canadian Driver Mag).
If you're speaking of the large "gear" in the pic on the lower left, that seems to be the differential, which would drive the axle shafts that go to the wheels. I'm also guessing that large motor looking thing either drves the clutch (making up for the petal, master and slave cylinders and the hydrualics in most regular stick shifts), or the mechanism that shifts the gears.I cant figure out what Im seeing. Is that a fly wheel? But then there is no clutch plate. Perhaps the fly wheel drives another gear within the transmission where the electronic clutch also resides?
Still trying to figure out how the "creep" works without burnig the clutch. Looks like there is an electric motor imbeded in the transmission.