The most expensive petrol engine ever made, the 4.2-litre petrol engine is an industrial beast with no apparent function.
It’s a complex, heavy and somewhat complex machinery.
And it’s a lot more complicated than you might think.
Here are some facts about it. 1.
The engine was built by Lignite Industries of Germany.
It was built to produce fuel in a very narrow, efficient way.
It is also an example of the German-designed V-twin engine, which is a modern, high-performance twin-turbo diesel engine.
Lignites V-Twin engine is a high-efficiency diesel engine with two cylinders, a compression ratio of 1.2:1 and a displacement of 3.5 litres.
The power output is about 690bhp (6,100kgf) and it has a maximum speed of 300kmh (190mph).
It was developed by Ligenbach, a company based in Luebeck, in the mid-1990s and it was a success, making over 6,500 units in 2005.
The company has been acquired by a number of companies, including Bentley.
It uses a petrol and a diesel engine, and a variable valve timing system.
The diesel engine is designed to run in the low, medium and high octane ranges.
The petrol engine has a high octanol and high-octane rating and it can produce between 4,000 and 6,000bhp at 3,000rpm.
The car uses a variable transmission with a variable ratio gearbox.
This is a big difference.
The gearbox in the petrol engine was developed in the 1970s and is used in many modern engines.
The Lignitel engines are very complicated to work with.
The pistons are mounted on a shaft that moves through four main parts.
These parts are called “chassis”, and each of them has two or three small cylinders.
The cylinders are driven by four gears that are mounted between the main and the gearbox, and they rotate at different speeds.
There are also two different types of gears, the standard and the high-speed.
The standard gear is designed for high-pressure applications and is made of a single-speed steel cylinder.
The high- speed gear has a lower speed but more powerful gearbox and can be driven by either a standard or high-piston gearbox or by a high torque gearbox with a single piston.
The internal combustion engine is more complicated to design and produce than a conventional engine.
The cylinder heads are driven from a separate motor which is connected to the main gearbox through a series of gears.
The motor is a direct drive, which means it is driven by a motor, and this motor is the engine.
In a conventional car, the gearboxes are connected to each other by a belt, which drives the gearwheels.
The belt has three speeds and it drives the transmission.
The combustion engine uses a turbocharger to produce the power.
This system uses a compressor to draw air into the cylinders and then it is compressed by a turbine to make more power.
The compressor and turbine both use fuel and the fuel is pumped into the engine through the exhaust valves.
This fuel is fed to the fuel tank and is then re-burned to drive the engine and the transmission to drive it. 7.
The fuel-air system in the car has two valves that allow fuel to flow in the cylinders while also letting air out of the cylinder.
This air flows from the cylinders through a special fuel filter, and the air is then sprayed through a fan.
The fan has a number on it to measure the flow rate of air and it helps to control the speed of the air that flows through the engine during the burn.
The front end of the car is a two-piece composite design that has the rear end made of aluminium.
The aluminium is bonded to the body by carbon fibre.
The bodywork is made out of aluminium and steel.
The wheels are made out to a thickness of 70mm.
The engines are mounted in the front and the rear of the vehicle.
The tyres are rubber.
The tyre width is 60mm and the tread is 22mm.
The seats are made from carbon fibre, although a plastic seat has been used for the front seats.
The steering wheel is made from a carbon fibre wheel, which helps to reduce the amount of friction in the wheel.
The brakes are made of magnesium, with a thickness at the rear as well as the front.
The thickness is about 10mm and there are four brake discs.
The rear tyres are carbon fibre and are mounted to the chassis by a titanium ring and an aluminium ring that sits on the wheel’s rim.
The tail lights are made in carbon fibre from magnesium, although the colours are