The latest all-new engine from Mercedes-AMG is this 4.0 L twin-turbo V8 that makes nearly 500 HP while delivering 38% better fuel economy than the old 6.3!
Browsing the "V8" Tag
What happens when you line up a Tesla Model S alongside an honest-to-goodness V8 Supercar? That’s what these Aussies wanted to find out.
The 2016 Audi R8 is ditching its 4.2 liter V8 due to strict taxes in China, but the 2.9 liter turbo V6 we might get instead could be a total, 450 HP gem!
The 2015 Kia K900 is bigger, nicer, faster, and more powerful than the last Maserati Quattroporte I drove back in 2011, and gets 30% better MPG, too!
While many see the new 707 horsepower Dodge Challenger Hellcat as a triumph of ‘Merican engineering, I see it as the last gasp of the V8 muscle car.
Ferrari has pledged to cut its vehicle emissions 20% by 2021 by employing turbochargers and hybrid technology.
A hybrid Bentley? It’s a thing, and it’s going to debut as a “concept” at next weekend’s Beijing International Auto Show- but we have it here first. Enjoy!
Lotus made big news when it announced it was ditching the reliable Toyota power plant for a new 2015 Lotus Esprit powered by a turbocharged all-Lotus V8- but that car hasn’t happened.
With support from Fisker’s new Chinese owners, Bob Lutz will reanimate the Karma’s electric corpse with 6.2 liters and 460 horsepower of Corvette engine.
By most estimates, building a new, mid-sized car (think Ford Fusion or Toyota Camry) releases about 20 tons of CO2 emissions into the air- or, about as much CO2 emissions as a typical car driving 50,000 miles, according to the EPA. That’s why making an existing car last longer is, in many cases, the “greenest” […]
When you want a V8, you need a V8 – and this brave fellow needed a 49 cc V8 Engine the way you and I need air, apparently, because he went and built one!
Mr. Scott started this build a few years ago, when he found himself in possession of both a 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle and a 1999 NASCAR Chevy stock car. Faced with an infinite universe of infinite possibilities, Scott did the only logical thing: he mashed them together.