Enthusiasts You Don't Hear a Cizeta V16T Every Day

17:07  04 december  2017
17:07  04 december  2017 Source:   Road & Track

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Unlike you might think, the Cizeta V16T does not have a turbocharged V16. Instead, that T stands for 'transverse.'

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