Throwing an actual F1 engine into a road car requires some serious skill but Lanzante knows what it’s doing.
Daigo Saito’s Toyota Supra A90 drift car is not just an engine swap, as work has been done on the suspension, body kit, aero and more.
Buying this bespoke Geo Tracker will set you back $14,500, but you’ll get Chiron levels of performance.
This 911 Turbo-powered VW Multivan has all the usual amenities, two rows of rear seats – and 581 hp.
Daigo Saito’s 2020 Toyota Supra drift car’s 2JZ-GTE twin-turbo 3.0-liter straight-six makes 800HP.
The engine of a wrecked Challenger Hellcat will be put to good use in this Miata.
BMW may have never offered a proper M7, so someone decided to build one on his own.
It’s not just the carbon bodywork, it’s also the 966hp Demon engine hiding under the bonnet.
Obviously, it’s not an official VW Group project but it’s so well executed it might as well be.
A widebody Chevrolet Sonic, an LS3 V8, and all-wheel drive; what’s not to like?.
Instead of a 2.0-liter inline-four, this highly customized Honda S2000 packs a 3.2-liter twin-turbo V6 (and a whole lot more).
Mopar’s new Hellephant crate engine could become the go-to for insane engine swaps.