V12 motors seem to be making a strong return. For a long time, V12 engines were ignored in most cars owing to their size and the fact that they have a high number of moving parts, which renders them more vulnerable to wear and tear and eventual maintenance. Automobile manufacturers were often unenthusiastic about V12s, mostly because they needed a sophisticated exhaust system and were shown to be significantly more costly to produce than other engines.
However, several manufacturers remain devoted to the iconic V12, going to extraordinary measures to incorporate it into their latest vehicles.
We might spend several hours debating which engine is superior, a V8 or a V12 (or eve V10). However, we will make better use of our time by perusing this collection of 17 new V12-powered automobiles.
- 1. Rolls-Royce Wraith
- 2. Aston Martin Vanquish S
- 3. Aston Martin DB11
- 4. Aston Martin Rapide S
- 5. Ferrari 812 Superfast
- 6. Ferrari GTC4 Lusso
- 7. Lamborghini Aventador
- 8. Mercedes-AMG S65
- 9. Mercedes-Maybach S650
- 10. Mercedes-AMG SL65
- 11. Pagani Huayra
- 12. Bentley Continental GT W-12 Coupe
- 13. Veneno Lamborghini
- 14. Rolls-Royce Phantom
- 15. Mercedes-Benz Exelero Maybach
- 16. Aston Martin One-77
- 17. Dawn Rolls-Royce
1. Rolls-Royce Wraith
With the Rolls-Royce Wraith, Rolls-Royce starts to amaze. With a more refined appearance than the Phantom, the Wraith retains the 6.6-liter V12 BMW engine that produces 624 horsepower. The coupe accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds.
2. Aston Martin Vanquish S
The Aston Martin Vanquish S is driven by a 6-liter Aston Martin V12 engine, which is unquestionably one of the finest engines in the automobile industry. The superior V12 engine produces 580 horsepower and accelerates the Vanquish S from 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds, with a maximum speed of 201 mph.
3. Aston Martin DB11
Another fantastic V12-powered car is Aston Martin’s DB11. The DB11 remains a fantastic car despite the fact that its V12 engine has been downsized to 5.2 liters to minimize pollution. However, the twin turbocharged V12 engine continues to provide excellent results.
4. Aston Martin Rapide S
The Aston Martin Vanquish S shares technical components with the Vanquish S, including the same V12 6-liter engine. The Rapide S stands out from the DB11 and Vanquish S with its subdued, curvy, and sleek exterior design that appeals to all, regardless of their taste.
5. Ferrari 812 Superfast
Another outstanding addition by Ferrari to the V12 world: the Ferrari 812 Superfast is precisely that: super fast. Along with its sleek appearance, the car’s superior 6.5-liter V12 engine produces 789 horsepower, making it one of the fastest and most efficient V12s available.
6. Ferrari GTC4 Lusso
The latest Ferrari GTC4Lusso is built on the previous Ferrari FF, but boasts a redesigned exterior and a slew of new features. Despite the additions, Ferrari made the correct choice to retain the Lusso’s conventional 6.3-liter V12 engine under the trendy hood.
7. Lamborghini Aventador
A strong car is far more than its maximum speed, 0 to 60 time, and horsepower. While the Aventador S checks off all of those boxes, we adore it most for the amazing sound its engine produces. The revised 6.5-liter V12 generates an incredible 730 horsepower.
8. Mercedes-AMG S65
The latest Mercedes-AMG S65 is available in three distinct and trendy body styles: coupe, cabriolet, and sedan. It looks fantastic in all three versions and is certain to appeal to a wide range of preferences, making it an excellent addition to Mercedes’s lineup with its V12 engine producing 621 horsepower.
9. Mercedes-Maybach S650
Another outstanding V12 Mercedes-Benz, the Maybach is available in two distinct versions to fit any taste: a conventional S-class or a long Pullman limousine. Both models feature a Mercedes twin-turbo V12 engine, which provides enough strength in addition to their distinctive appearances.
10. Mercedes-AMG SL65
The Mercedes AMG SL65 is an interesting take on the Mercedes AMG S65 cabriolet, since it is aimed at a particular segment. The SL65 seats only two people, lending it a sports car vibe that other Mercedes vehicles can lack. It retains the magnificent V12 engine.
11. Pagani Huayra
Pagani, the renowned Italian maker of exotic vehicles, continues to amaze and confound with the 2020 Huayra. The Huayra is the successor to the legendary Zonda, and it has done nothing but improve Pagani’s prestige with its superior twin-turbo V12 motor, 700 horsepower, and titanium body, making it one of the best supercars around.
12. Bentley Continental GT W-12 Coupe
Bentley’s all-new Continental GT W-12 is an excellent way to lead off 2020. The Continental features a daring and sleek exterior design, as well as a twin turbocharged W12 engine that generates 626 horsepower and accelerates the Continental from 0 to 60 mph in only 3.3 seconds.
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13. Veneno Lamborghini
The word “Veneno” translates simply as “venom,” and the Lamborghini Veneno lives up to that impression. It’s better represented as a street-legal race vehicle, powered by a 6.5-liter V12 engine capable of producing 740 horsepower. Notable among these are the nine Lamborghini Venenos that were installed.
14. Rolls-Royce Phantom
Despite the reality that BMW owns Rolls-Royce, the incredible Rolls-Royce Phantom bears no resemblance to a BMW. The Phantom resembles a higher-end Rolls-Royce in terms of elegance and design, and the Phantom’s 6.75-liter V12 engine completely sets it apart from its competitors.
15. Mercedes-Benz Exelero Maybach
While the Maybach Exelero’s exterior design does not cater to anyone at first glance, its success figures warrant further consideration. It is powered by a twin turbo V12 engine that accelerates it to a peak speed of 213 mph. It also drew the interest of rapper Birdman, who felt compelled to acquire one.
16. Aston Martin One-77
The Aston Martin One-77 is a one-of-a-kind, limited edition supercar with mind-boggling capabilities. It was introduced at the start of the decade and is powered by a 7.3-liter V12 engine producing 750 horsepower. Additionally, the One-77 is one of the most aesthetically pleasing supercars available, further elevating the Aston Martin brand in the supercar industry.
17. Dawn Rolls-Royce
The Rolls-Royce Dawn, which shares a V12 engine with BMW, is one of the smaller Rolls-Royce productions, but it is no less admirable. The Dawn’s V12 motor produces 563 horsepower and accelerates it from 0 to 60 mph in only 4.3 seconds. Additionally, the Rolls Royce Dawn is fitted with a slew of new driver assistance features.