Three very different schools of automotive thought came together at a Cars and Coffee meeting in Irvine, California, a couple of weeks ago, for a mechanical symphony comprised of 32 cylinders, 19.7-liters and a whopping 1,884-horses.
We'll remind you that the Aventador is powered by a mid-mounted 6.4-liter V12 pushing out 691-horses (700PS) at 8,250rpm and 507 lb-ft (690Nm) at 5,500rpm.
Japan's entry, the Lexus LFA, is fitted with a screaming 4.8-liter V10 that generates 553hp (560PS) at 8,700rpm and 354 lb-ft (479Nm) at 6,800rpm.
Finally, America's new SRT Viper has a front-mounted 8.4-liter V10 cranking out 640hp (649PS) at 6,200rpm and 600 lb-ft (814Nm) at 5,000rpm.
After you hear the soundtracks from all three cars in the following videos, place your vote on which car you think has the best one.
Video Sources: Youtube - Road&Track, Spencer Collins and David Coyne
Poll: Which of the following cars has the best engine soundtrack?