As the era of smaller engines begins to dawn on us, we thought it was time to take a look at all the great cars you can buy that have 12 perfect, wonderful, gas-guzzling cylinders.
The DB11 replaced long lived Aston Martin DB9 upon its debut in 2016. Even though the DB11 has a V12, it's actually a victim of downsizing for emissions. This is a brand new, 5.2 liter twin-turbocharged V12. Not that we're complaining.
Like the Vanquish S, the four-door Rapide carries on with Aston's 6.0 liter V12. Aston is also planning an electric version to the get the emissions down, so perhaps the 6.0 can carry on a bit longer.
BMW decided to go big with the first 7-series with an M badge. This is a 6.6 liter twin-turbo V12, good for 600 horsepower.
The GTC4Lusso, which is the refreshed version of the FF, keeps Ferrari's traditional 6.3 liter V12. As it should.
Ferrari's newest GT car, the 812 Superfast, utilizes a 6.5-liter V12 that makes 789 naturally aspirated horsepower. That's a lot of horsepower.
The Lamborghini Aventador S uses an updated version of the company's 6.5-liter V12, making 730 horsepower. Unsurprisingly, it sounds .
The Mercedes-AMG S65 has 621-hp and 738 lb. ft. of torque. It comes in three flavors: Coupe, cabriolet, and sedan. All of them are sinister.
If you want the S65 Cabriolet but you don't want to bring more than one other person along for the journey, the SL65 is the car for you. Mercedes is about to discontinue the V12 engine for its models, but for now, the SL65 is still available to order.
The Maybach S650 version is available as a standard long-wheelbase S-Class or an insanely long Pullman limousine. Both carry the company's massively powerful twin-turbo V12.
AMG works with Pagani on the turbocharged V12 for the Huayra, it makes the supercar sound absolutely demonic.
The Phantom's 6.75 liter V12 is all-new for 2018, and doesn't share its design with any BMW, despite the company being owned by the Bavarian manufacturer.
The baby Rolls coupe has a V12 shared with BMW, as are many of the underpinnings. That doesn't make it any less stunning.
The 'small' Rolls convertible also has a BMW-based V12 and looks incredible. The ultimate beach cruiser.
The Ghost shares a lot with a BMW 7-series, including the engine. But that also means that Rolls-Royce is the only automaker with an entirely V12-powered lineup.