Chevrolet Camaro SS – 460 HP

Borrowing its 6.2-liter V8 from the current Chevrolet Corvette, the Camaro SS is quick from the factory in a way most of its predecessors could only dream of being. Opt for the 1LE package for even more track-ready goodness. Chevrolet

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray/Grand Sport – 460 HP

You can get a Corvette with more horsepower, the 650-HP Z06, but trust us–you don't need it. The Stingray and Grand Sport are more than powerful enough for a good time. We recommend the Grand Sport with the track-focused Z07 Package.Chevrolet

Ford Mustang GT - 460 HP

For 2018, the Ford Mustang got a host of updates to help it better compete with the Camaro. New cylinder heads and a clever dual-injection system help the Mustang's 5.0 match the Camaro's 460 hp. Get a 2019 Bullitt Mustang, and you'll have 480 hp to play with. Ford

Lexus GS F – 467 HP

It's easy to look at the Lexus GS F as a poor rival to the M5, E63, and CTS-V for its lack of a boosted V8, but what it may lack in performance, it makes up for in charm. This 5.0-liter V8 loves to rev and sounds glorious doing so.Lexus

Lexus RC F – 467 HP

If you want the GS F's V8 in a more affordable two-door package, Lexus offers the RC F. We think the big sedan is actually nicer handling than its coupe sibling, however. Andrew Trahan

Lexus LC 500 – 471 HP

The Lexus LC 500 uses the same 5.0-liter V8 as the GS F and RC F, but it's rated with four more horsepower. We're not sure why, but what's more significant is the fact that the LC gets a new 10-speed gearbox, where the GS F and RC F only have eight ratios to work with.Lexus

Dodge Durango SRT/Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT – 475 HP

Equipped with a version of SRT's excellent 6.4-liter V8, the Dodge Durango SRT and Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT offer serious performance in a nice, practical package. Of course, if you want more, Jeep will sell you a Hellcat-powered Grand Cherokee.

Dodge Charger/Challenger Scat Pack/SRT 392 – 485 HP

Dodge offers its 6.4-liter Hemi V8 in both the Charger and Challenger in Scat Pack and SRT 392 trims. With 485 horsepower and a wicked exhaust note, Dodge's 392-cubic-inch V8 provides pure muscle-car nirvana. Oh, and with Scat Pack models starting below $40,000, these cars are a bargain too.Dodge

Porsche 911 GT3 RS – 520 HP

The new 911 GT3 debuted a 4.0-liter flat-six similar to the one used in Porsche's 911 race cars. In the top-dog GT3 RS, this engine makes 520 horsepower and sounds incredible revving to its 9000-rpm redline. It's also the only six-cylinder on this list.Porsche

Ford Mustang Shelby GT350/GT350R – 526 HP

Ford went all out for the 5.2-liter V8 in the Shelby GT350 and GT350R, employing a flat-plane crankshaft for the first time in a Mustang. This engine makes huge power, but what's especially great about it is its 8250-rpm redline.Ford

Aston Martin Rapide S – 550 HP

Soon, Aston's naturally aspirated 5.9-liter V12 will disappear in favor of the company's new 5.2-liter twin-turbo V12, but it still has some life left in it. In the four-door Rapide S, this engine cranks out a healthy 550 HP, but there's a more powerful version available in the Aston Martin lineup.Aston Martin

Aston Martin Vanquish S – 580 HP

The Vanquish S receives the most powerful version of Aston Martin's naturally aspirated V12, offering 580 horsepower, but sadly, no manual gearbox like the departed V12 Vantage S.

Audi R8 V10 Plus – 610 HP

The R8 V10 is one of the only Audis to remain naturally aspirated, and we're incredibly thankful for it. In V10 Plus form, the R8's V10 pumps out 610 horsepower–the same as its Lamborghini sibling, the Huracan LP610-4. Audi also sells a 540-hp version of the R8.Audi

Lamborghini Huracan Performante – 640 HP

For the Huracan Performante, Lamborghini cranked up its 5.2-liter V10 to produce 640 horsepower. This, in combination with an innovative active aero system, makes the Huracan Performante one of the fastest cars on the planet. You can also get a regular all-wheel drive Huracan with a 610-hp V10, or a rear-wheel drive model with 570 hp.Richard Pardon

Ferrari GTC4Lusso – 680 HP

There are very few cars that produce nearly 700 HP and offer room for three of your closest friends to ride in comfort. None except the Ferrari GTC4Lusso have a naturally aspirated V12. This 6.3-liter V12 is a masterpiece, but it's not the most powerful Ferrari motor featured hereFerrari

Lamborghini Aventador S - 730 HP

With a 730-hp 6.5-liter V12, the Aventador S is the most powerful car Lamborghini sells. At least, until the supercar maker rolls out an even hotter version of its big V12 flagship. Lamborghini

Ferrari 812 Superfast – 789 HP

The Ferrari 812 Superfast, with its 6.5-liter V12, is a masterpiece. We're not entirely sure how Ferrari managed to generate nearly 800 horsepower with a naturally aspirated engine, but we're sure glad it did. Ferrari