Also, that flat-six sound is music to our ears.
Japan's only V12 engine, uncorked. It sounds marvelous.
That is quick.
Vintage rally cars make some of the best noises on earth.
These are some things you don't hear every day.
Don't like the sound of V6 engines? This one might change your mind.
With a little mechanical massaging, this 1.6-liter inline-four makes 220 naturally aspirated horsepower.
That makes sense considering the engine is from an F12Berlinetta.
This thing makes more pops and bangs than we can keep track of.
Some people may not like the looks, but when it comes to that flat-six roar, everyone should be on board.
This 1200-horsepower SLS has no problem surpassing the 300 km/h mark.
It looks like Porsche is testing out some seriously cool equipment.
People often forget about Formula 5000. They shouldn't.
If the Diablo SVR's V12 won't wake you up, we don't know what will.
You've never heard an LS engine like this before.
Aston Martin decided to slap two superchargers on its V8 in the 1990s. It sounds phenomenal.
Hillclimb cars are something else.
Massive power and a V8 rumble you won't soon forget.
Ride along as this iconic BMW touring car goes flat-out at Laguna Seca at the hands of our very own Sam Smith.