That supercharged V8 is something else.
Seven point three liters of pure V12 goodness.
Back when concepts were real, running cars.
Forced induction makes for some truly interesting noises.
Mind the volume.
Just because a car uses batteries to get down the road doesn't mean it has to sound bad.
A street-legal car with Le Mans-level noises. The best of both worlds.
The Porsche 911 RSR is back for the 2018-2019 WEC season. It sounds incredible.
If you think all turbocharged engines are quiet and muffled, you haven't heard this car.
Maserati's decade-old GT car sounds phenomenal with forced induction.
Vittorio Jano's twin-supercharged straight-eight is a masterpiece.
Backfires for days.
We didn't think the Ford Mustang Shelby GT350's engine could get any more ferocious.
They also look really cool.
That Maranello-sourced V8 doesn't get any less wonderful with a Maserati trident on it.
Ferrari sure knows how to make a car sound wonderful.
The Honda Beat has a redline of around 8500 rpm. The engine doesn't cut out until well past 9000.
Big American V8s never disappoint.
At least, that's what it sounds like at full-throttle.
It also adds about 200 horsepower, which is a .
Small displacement, high cylinder-count. It's a formula that always produces a good noise.
Also, it shoots lots of flames.
A muffler delete makes Porsche's 911 RSR flat-six sound better than ever.
The ultimate tire-melting machine.
Who says the Miata can't sound awesome?
Looks aren't everything.
The best gets even better.
Hennessey makes the Raptor sound nuts.
We guarantee it.
The Miata isn't known for its exhaust note, but it can be modified to sound damn good.