As the new car market shifts towards small-displacement turbocharged engines, big, brutish engines are becoming rarer. Not only are humdrum midsize sedans downsizing their engines, supercars are too: The Ferrari 458 Italia has a 4.5-liter V-8, while the McLaren 12C has an even smaller 3.8-liter V-8. But not all is lost, and for those who still believe there’s no replacement for displacement, here are the Top 10 largest engines you can get in the U.S.
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