I have confusion of positioning not only whether or not it should be put after/before the am/are/is.
Having said that, I went to read related topics on some grammar related sites. I found that most of the example sentences I have read put it after the am/are/is.
But I came across a sentence on cambridge dict. website that yields doubt on my side.
The car not only is economical but also feels good to drive.
I'm pretty sure it's rather an example of inversion thus that 'is' is put after the not only. Am I correct?
Will the sentence be the same with:
Not only is the car economical but also feels good to drive
. Note that I'm aware some not only related questions on this site but the question is rather talking about inversion in general.