Someone Plonked A 27-liter, V-12 Engine In A Ford Crown Victoria Interceptor And It Sounds Insane!

The expected power outputs from this 27-liter, twin-turbo V-12 engine are 2,500 horses and 3,800 pound-feet of torque

‘The Meteor Interceptor’ plonked a mammoth 27-liter, V-12 Rolls-Royce Meteor engine under the hood of a Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

Primarily used in tanks, the V-12 engine made around 800 horses back in the day

But, this team plans to crank out 2,500 horses and 3,800 pound-feet of torque from it

As expected, the engine is heavily modded. It will feature a BorgWarner twin-turbo setup

The engine was test started three times under different conditions

In the first low rpm test, the engine fired up after a few cranks, but it couldn’t stay idle for long

The second test run was at medium rpm. Here, it was revved a few times and it didn’t die unlike the first time

They point a thermal camera at the engine and you can see all the 12 cylinders fired up

All the runs in this video were without the engine connected to the turbos

To make it drivable, the team will have to make a lot of changes to the car as the engine protrudes deep inside the cabin

This was all that was seen in this video, but perhaps, we’ll see the car connected to the turbos and the gearbox in the upcoming videos

Swipe up to watch the test starts and to hear how this beast sounds. Also, share your thoughts with us in the comments section

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