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V-en·gine

(vē′ĕn′jən)
n.
An internal-combustion engine having cylinders arranged so that pairs form V shapes.

V-en•gine

(ˈviˌɛn dʒən)

n.
an internal-combustion engine having two opposed banks of cylinders inclined so that they form a V-shaped angle.
[1920–25]
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The MaK M 46 DF (dual fuel) based propulsion unit comes as an in-line engine with six to nine cylinders and as a V-engine with 12 to 16 cylinders.
The C32 Tier 4 Final engine is a 32-liter 12-cylinder V-engine with horsepower ranges from 1,000 hp to 1,125 hp.
The latest model in the crawler tractor generation, the PR 766 is driven by a powerful 422hp, 8-cylinder V-engine. With a blade capacity from 13.6 to 17 cubic metres and a travel speed of 11kph, it has all the basic attributes necessary to be a hard-punching machine in its weight class.
The second is a four-cylinder V-engine with a 4.0-litre capacity and 235 horsepower.
Initially the new car will have a large petrol burning V-engine, probably suppled by Mercedes Benz, but Aston Martin expects this to change to a hybrid and eventually an electric engine.
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With the new four-stroke, 16-cylinder V-engine online, Mountain Utilities would see a net gain in capacity of about 600 kW, according to Mountain Utilities President John Jensen.
Skoda is currently celebrating the centenary of its first automobile, the Voiturette Laurin & Klement A, a rear-wheel drive two-seater powered by a four stroke V-engine with three-speed gearbox and 7bhp output.