What would you do with a couple used engines from the local junkyard? Take them down to the shop and make something crazy? Some people have the balls to do it, and a few even have the time, money, and resources. And unless you have the dime to spend on a crate motor, building used engines is the way to go. But which ones can you actually count on?
The Nissan GT-R immediately began riding atop lists of hot cars when it was introduced for the 2009 model year. After 2015, every reference to the GT-R was focused on the NISMO edition. The Nissan GT-R NISMO and is faster brother, the NISMO N-Attack blend style, relative affordability, and supercar performance. The power of the GT-R NISMO comes from a twin-turbo 3.8L V6 that is capable 600 hp and 527 lb-ft of torque.
If anyone deserves to have too much time and money on their hands, it’s someone who will stuff a Ferrari 458 engine into a Toyota GT86. Enter Ryan Tuerck, an American professional drifter from New Hampshire who ran the internet a few years back with his wildest creation to date, dubbed the GT4586.
Just as you can not build a list of hot cars without a Ferrari, you can not build one without adding a Bugatti. According to the Bugatti website, ”BUGATTI owes its distinctive character to a family of artists, who was always determined to offer the extraordinary. The superlative. The best.” Every word of that statement can be seen in the Bugatti Chiron. Grand lines and captivating style combine with awe-inspiring power to provide what may be the ultimate driver’s supercar.