This is for those who like the guts (some would say the soul) of a vehicle as much as the looks. It's unfortunate that most power-trains thee days are covered in plastic.
4.0 litre V8 TFSI engine.
2012 Audi 2.5 Liter TFSI® turbo-charged five-cylinder.
2011 Audi RS 3 Sportback 2.5 litre five cylinder TFSI engine.
2011 Audi 3-Liter TFSI engine.
2011 Audi 3-Liter TDI engine.
2010 3.0 TFSI (supercharged) V6 engine with FSI direct injection (333 hp / 325 lb-ft) for Audi S4 sedan.
1959 Austin-Healey Sprite Frogeye 4-cylinder, 42.5 bhp engine. (source: Trigger's Retro Road Tests!)
2012 BMW F10 M5 TwinPower Turbo V8 engine .
2011 2.0 Liter Twin Power Turbo Petrol Engine.
2011 6-Cylinder Diesel Engine.
BMW Isetta air-cooled engine. (source: John Lloyd)
2012 Ecotec 2.0L four-cylinder turbocharged engine.
The 2011 Buick Regal Turbo's Ecotec 2.0L turbocharged engine, including the direct injection fuel system, continuous variable valve timing for both intake and exhaust valves and the turbocharger.
The all-new, 3.6L V-6 LFX engine is standard on the 2012 Camaro. It produces 323 horsepower and 30 mpg on the highway. (by David Kimble)
2011 Ecotec 1.4L I-4 VVT (LUU) and 2011 Voltec Drive Unit 4ET50 (for the Chevrolet Volt).
2011 Vortec 6.0L V-8 VVT (L96) for Chevrolet Silverado HD engine.
The E-ROD engine, the first crate engine in the industry to meet California emissions requirements.
2009 Chevrolet Corvette LS9 6.2 liter V8.
Restored engine from ZL1 #26. How much real power? Although rated at 430 horsepower by the old method, Chevrolet never released actual power figures for the as-installed production ZL-1 engine. Numbers were tossed around for years until Bill Porterfield decided to find out. Bill had acquired an original block from one of the cars and enough NOS parts to complete another engine. The engine was subjected to 5 levels of test. RPM was limited to 6750. The ZL-1 was a legitimate 500+ horsepower engine.
Introduced in 1955, the “Chevy V8” transformed the brand, and fueled American’s love of performance that continues today.
1968 Chrysler Imperial 440 cubic inch, 350hp V8 engine.
1965 Citroen DS21 Pallas 2175cc, 109hp engine. (source: Trigger's Retro Road Tests!)
1970 DAF Variomatic engine. (source: John Lloyd)
Model E1 water cooled, four-cycle, OHV four cylinder 1189 cc engine.
1960 DKW 3-cylinder engine.
DKW Engine cutaway. (source: John Lloyd)
2012 Ford 1.0 liter EcoBoost engine.
1962 Ford 170 i-6 engine.
2011 Honda Insight engine.
FF Honda Fit race engine.
2005 Honda Accord V6 engine.
2005 Honda 1.8-Liter I-VTEC engine.
2005 Honda 3-Stage I-VTEC engine.
1995 Honda Accord EX V6 engine.
Lamborghini twelve-cylinder engine with 6.5 liter displacement, output of 525 kW (700 hp) and maximum torque of 690 Newton meters.
1968 Lancia Flavia Coupe 1.8 litre 4-cylinder engine.
1967 Lancia Flavia Coupe 1.8 litre 4-cylinder engine.
2012 Land Rover 2.2 liter engine.
1963 Lightburn Zeta 2 cylinder engine. (source: John Lloyd)
1920 National Sextet engine.
1973 Plymouth Fury engine.
1984 Porsche Tag Turbo Formula 1 engine.
2011 Ram 1500 5.7L V8 Hemi Engine
2011 Ram 3500 HD 6.7L Turbo Diesel Engine.
1988 Rover 2.7-litre v6 engine.
1913 Speedwell Rotary engine.
1989 Suzuki 1.3-liter four cylinder, 1298cc engine.
1959 Suzuki Suzulight engine. (source: John Lloyd)
1964 Tatra 603 engine. Illustration Petr Trojan. (source: Tatra 603)
Trabant 600 23ks engine. (source: John Lloyd)
2010 Volkswagen 2.0 TSI with 147 kW / 200 PS engine.
2010 Volkswagen 2.0 TDI with 103 kW / 140 PS engine.
2007 1.4 TSI 90 kW / 122 PS engine, used on the Golf, Golf Plus, Golf Variant, Jetta, Eos, Passat and Passat Variants.
2007 1.4 TSI 90 kW / 122 PS engine, flow through the water-cooled charge air cooler: Golf, Golf Plus, Golf Variant, Jetta, Eos, Passat and Passat Variants.
Volkswagen 1.2 TSI 105 PS engine.
Volkswagen 1.4 TSI 122 PS engine.
Volkswagen 1.4 TSI 160 PS engine.
Volkswagen 1.4 TSI 160 PS engine.
Volkswagen 1.6 TDI engine.