These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery

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  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
    The 1980 Ferrari 208 had a 2.0-liter/121 CID V-8 with 155 hp and 125 lb/ft.
  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
    In 1982, a turbocharged version came out. It made 220 hp and 177 lb/ft.
  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
    The 1972 Lamborghini Urraco P200 was the base model, with a 2.0-liter/122 CID V-8. It made 182 hp and 130 lb/ft.
  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
    Lamborghini claimed 7.2 seconds to 60 mph. Out of the 791 Urraco produced, only 66 were the P200 variant.
  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
    The 1952 Fiat 8V was powered by a 2.0-liter/122 CID twin-carburated V-8. It made upto 127 hp and 103 lb/ft.
  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
    Three different coachbuilders - Vignale, Zagato, and Ghia - presented their own versions of the 8V. 114 cars were produced, in total.
  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
    The 1967 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale came with a flat-plane, twin-spark 2.0-liter/122 CID V-8. It made 233 hp and 152 lb/ft.
  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
    It screamed to 10,000 RPM and weighed just 1,543 lbs. Only 18 were made.
  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
    The 1954 Simca Vedette was equipped with a 2.4-liter/143 CID V-8, based on the Ford 2.2-liter/136 CID Flathead, also on this list.
  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
    The 1959 Daimler SP250 is lightweight British roadster with a 2.5-liter/150 CID V-8, It makes 140 hp and 155 lb/ft, good for a sub-9-second time to 60 mph.
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    The 1956 Tatra 603 G was a rally version of the 603. It had a rear-mounted, 2.5-liter/155 CID, air-cooled V-8. It put out 104 hp and 122 lb/ft.
  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
    The full-size luxury car was very aerodynamic, which allowed it to break the 100 mph speed barrier.
  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
    The 1970 Alfa Romeo Montreal was equipped with a 2.6-liter/158 CID, carburetted V-8. It made 200 hp and 173 lb/ft.
  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
    The engine shared a lot with the 33 Stradale powerplant. However, it had a cross-plane crankshaft instead of a flat-plane one.
  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
    Swipe up to learn more about these cars and their small V-8 engines.
  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
  • These Cars Pack The Smallest V-8 Engines Ever Put In a Road-Going Vehicle - gallery
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