It would be fair to say Germany perfected the wailing flat-six, America the rumbling V-8, and Italians the symphonic V-12, but who owns the title for the title for greatest V-10 engine? As an exceedingly rare engine setup, the isn’t an established “right way” to build one of these monsters. Our picks range from high-revving 4.8-liters all the way up to stump-pulling 8.4-liters. In addition, a handful were clean-sheet designs, while others were derivatives of existing platforms or leftovers from past racing projects. Origin stories aside, the following are our picks for the best production V-10 engines of the modern era.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2019/02/07/v-10-dying-breed-supercar-engine