Cars by Engine Type

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You are browsing our car database by engine type. To go back to browse by other vehicle type, click here.

This list is separated first by cylinder count, and then by how those cylinders are positioned, relative to each other (should there be more than one). Finally, the third level of detail is aspirated. Don’t even ask about displacement. Same goes for gasoline v. diesel.

Electric cars and steam cars have their own separate pages, but for those cars with hybrid powertrains, they are reflected here by their internal combustion half.

Disclaimer! Some of these are a “best guess” as I didn’t record the arrangement initially, the original catalogs have been removed, and no other info about these cars is readily available.

Single Cylinder

I’m Just Treating All Singles The Same re: Vertical or Horizontal

Naturally Aspirated

Two Cylinders

Flat-Twin

Naturally Aspirated

Parallel-Twin

Naturally Aspirated

V-Twin

Naturally Aspirated

Three Cylinders

Inline-Three

Naturally Aspirated

Four Cylinders

Flat-Four

Naturally Aspirated

Inline-Four

Naturally Aspirated

Supercharged

Turbocharged

Twin-Turbocharged

Square-Four

Naturally Aspirated

V4

Naturally Aspirated

Five Cylinders

Inline-Five

Turbocharged

Six Cylinders

Inline-Six

Naturally Aspirated

Supercharged

V6

Naturally Aspirated

Turbocharged

Eight Cylinders

Inline-Eight

Naturally Aspirated

Supercharged

V8

Naturally Aspirated

Supercharged

Turbocharged

Twin Turbocharged

10 Cylinders

V10

Naturally Aspirated

12 Cylinders

Flat-12

Naturally Aspirated

V12

Naturally Aspirated

Twin Turbocharged

W12

Twin Turbocharged

16 Cylinders

V16

Naturally Aspirated

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