The Huracán maintains the 5.2 L naturally aspirated Audi/Lamborghini V10 engine from the Gallardo, tuned for 610 PS(449 kW; 602 hp).
To ensure its balance and performance, the car is mid-engined.
The V10 has both direct fuel injection and multi-point fuel injection.
It combines the benefits of both of these systems; it is the first time this combination is used in a V10.
To increase its efficiency the Huracán's engine also includes a start-stop system.
The 488 GTB is powered by a 3902cc (488cc per cylinder, thus the name) all-aluminium dry sump unit of the Ferrari F154 engine family.
Turbocharged with two parallel ball-bearing twin-scroll turbochargers supplied by IHI/Honeywell and two air-to-air intercoolers, the compressor wheels are made of low-density TiAl alloy often used in jet engines to reduce inertia and resist high temperatures within the turbocharger.
The engine produces 670 PS (493 kW; 661 hp) at 8,000 rpm and 760 N·m (561 lb·ft) of torque at 3,000 rpm. This results in a specific power output of 126.3 kW (171.7 PS; 169.4 hp) per litre and specific torque output of 194.8 N·m (144 lbf·ft) per litre, both records for a Ferrari car.
The Aston Martin DB11 is a British grand tourer coupe produced by Aston Martin since 2016.
It debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2016, as a replacement to the DB9. It is the first model launched in Aston Martin's 'second century' plan and the first all-new car launched since the company's tie-up with Daimler AG.
The DB11 is powered by an all-new 5204 cc twin-turbo V12 engine, making it the first turbocharged series-production Aston Martin. The engine produces 760 bhp (567 kW; 771 PS) and 516 lb·ft (700 N·m).
The car is equipped with a rear-mounted 8-speed ZF automatic gearbox.
The DB11 accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.9 seconds and reaches 340 km/h (211 mph).
A smaller 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 engine developed with Mercedes-AMG is also expected to be put into the DB11 in the future.