This Fiat S76 was build by Fiat to break the land speed record in 1911. Its colossal 28.5-litre inline-four engine is the largest purpose-built car engine ever, and produces around 300hp. In 1911, it set a two-way speed record of 116mph, and was also clocked at 135mph on a later run, but disqualified because it couldn’t complete the return leg.
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