As we enter the 2020s we can see a change in the automotive world. While the 2010’s showed us that hybrids don’t have to be boring econoboxes and that electric vehicles can used like conventional vehicles, the ’10s also gave us some spectacular internal combustion engines. FCA’s 6.2-liter Hellcat is the most obvious one to me but there are many others. The Ford GT 350’s flat-crank 5.2-liter V8, for instance.
The buzz in the automotive industry has for some time been electric vehicles. That is driven by buzz in the world that is climate change. While we are still some time away from everyone going full EV, this and various laws around the world are not doing the internal combustion engine any favors. In fact, one day we may look at the ’10s as the last great decade of the ICE.
With that, today we are asking – what are some of the best engines from 2010 to 2019?