Tuners across the globe have done all sorts of engine swaps on the Toyota 86. People have gone as far as dropping a V8 from a Ferrari 458 under the hood for one reason or another. However, this latest swap is by far the craziest.
Built by UAE-based shop K.K Performance, this wildly modified Toyota 86 features a 5.0-liter 1GZ-FE V12 sourced from a Toyota Century in place of its original 2.0-liter boxer four. If that isn’t enough, it also has four turbochargers mounted to the block, making for an absurd scene under the hood, as you can see.
According to Youtube Channel Street FX Motorsport, the quad-turbo V12-powered 86 makes around 800 horsepower. The car features an aggressive widebody kit, along with custom front and rear bumpers.
It made its debut at the Emeraites Custom Show last weekend. If you’re a little skeptical about whether this car can actually move or not, so are we. Street FX Motorsport uploaded a video from the show of the engine running, which is more than nothing. You can watch it here.