Not bad. Not bad at all.
And it makes a great sound while doing it.
The Miata is a great car. But a V6 swap makes it even better.
Nothing beats a touring car in the wet.
It makes 425 horsepower without the help of forced induction, and sounds great doing it.
Headphones on for this one, folks.
You'll never get tired of listening to that throaty straight-six.
With 763 horsepower on tap, it's no surprise Bruce Canepa's modified 959s make a wonderful noise.
Le Mans race cars make the greatest noises, don't they?
And it sounds great doing it.
This is one muscular estate car.
Rally sound at its peak.
The Viper's V10 is something else.
It might have a turbo, but that exhaust note isn't muffled in the least.
Ever wondered what a turbocharged F50 would sound like? Now you know.
Throw your headphones on for this one, folks.
Cosworth's magnificent DFV V8 strikes again.
Because the Regera doesn't have a transmission, it sounds unlike anything else.
You won't mistake that whine for anything else.
Underneath this runway racer's hood lies an LT1 running 20 pounds of boost.
Don't believe us? Just listen.
Less mufflers, more smiles.
It looks awesome, and it sounds awesome. The perfect Festival of Speed car.
Especially when you delete the cats.
They also make an ungodly noise.
That's no boxer-four...
It might not have a V8, but we're not complaining.