The Rolls-Royce Phantom comes packing a massive V12 engine, which makes sense: a big car deserves a big engine. But in the engine-swapping scene, nothing is off limits and this is precisely why there is a Rolls-Royce Phantom powered by a 2JZ engine roaming the streets of Tokyo.
Toyota first introduced the 2JZ engine back in 1991, but it didn’t become popular until it was slapped into the famous Supra sports car. SInce then, tuners have been having a heyday with the engine and have pushed insane amounts of power out it. For this particular Rolls-Royce’s 2JZ, the engine was pushed up to 900 horsepower, meaning this inline-six engine is producing more than the V12. Most impressive.
Check out the swap for yourself by clicking play below.
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