In Sweden, a sedan equipped with a tractor engineJune 21, 2020
The V12 unit with a volume of 27 liters was prescribed under the hood of an old police sedan.
Swede Daniel Werner bought a 27-liter Rolls-Royce Meteor V12 engine designed for tanks, and decided to install it on a regular passenger car. For these purposes, he acquired the old, but hardy police sedan 2006 Ford Crown Victoria. Werner filmed the process of applying the engine on video and presented it on social networks.
Werner came up with a name for the heavy-duty Crown Victoria, taking into account her police past and the newfound engine – Meteor Interceptor. The Swede is not going to participate in it in races, but plans to disperse the sedan to 321 km / h. Note that he has little confidence in success, since the old police sedan is not designed for that speed.
In order for the sedan to withstand the tank power plant, Werner significantly upgraded the Crown Victoria suspension. To strengthen the design, he used parts from the Chevy C10 pickup.
According to Road & Track, initially the Swede was going to fit in the Crown Victoria 37-liter Rolls-Royce Griffon engine from a Spitfire fighter, but it turned out to be too huge for a passenger car.
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