American Motors Corporation (AMC) designed and manufactured two distinct V8 engine designs. Their first V8 engine design was made from 1956 through 1967. Their second design debuted in 1966 and was made through 1991. Chrysler kept the '66-up design in production until 1991 for the Jeep Grand Wagoneer.
The Argus As 10 was a German-designed and built, air-cooled 90° cylinder bank-angle inverted V8 "low power" aircraft engine, used mainly in training aircraft such as the Arado Ar 66 and Focke-Wulf Fw 56 Stösser and other small short-range reconnaissance and communications aircraft like the Fieseler Fi 156 Storch during, and shortly after World War II.
The Beardmore Tornado was an eight-cylinder inline aircraft Diesel engine built in 1927 by William Beardmore and Company of Glasgow, Scotland, and used in the British R101 airship when petrol engines were thought unsafe in the tropics. The model is given as Tornado IIIA or Tornado III C.I. The fuel is described as Diesel heavy-oil..
The BMW M62 is a naturally aspirated V8 DOHC engine produced from 1995 to 2005. A successor to the M60, the M62 features Alusil cylinder liners and a single row timing chain. In 1998, the "Technical Update" (M62TU) added variable valve timing (VANOS) to the intake camshaft.
The BMW N62 is a naturally aspirated DOHC V8 engine which was produced from 2002–2010. It is the world's first engine to use a continuously variable-length intake manifold, and BMW's first V8 to feature variable valve lift (Valvetronic) . Compared with its M62 predecessor, the N62 also has variable valve timing on both the intake and exhaust camshafts (double-VANOS).
The N63 is the world's first production car engine to use a "hot-vee" layout, with the turbochargers located inside the "V" of the engine. The N63 is also BMW's first V8 engine to use direct injection. The engine was first used in the 2008 BMW X6 xDrive50i. The N63 replaced the naturally aspirated N62.
The BMW S65 is a naturally aspirated V8 petrol engine which replaced the S54 straight-six engine and was produced from 2007–2013. There is no direct replacement for the S65, since the next generation of M3 is powered by the BMW S55 turbocharged straight-six engine.
Daimler V-8 engines were designed for the Daimler Company by Edward Turner and produced from 1959 to 1969. Initially used in the SP250 sports car and the Majestic Major saloon, the engine was mostly used in the Daimler 2.5 V8 (later named V8-250) saloon made with Jaguar Mark 2 unit bodies from 1962 to 1969.
The F136, commonly known as Ferrari-Maserati engine, is a family of 90° V8 petrol engines jointly developed by Ferrari and Maserati  and produced by Ferrari; these engines displace between 4.2 L and 4.7 L, and produce between 390 PS (287 kW; 385 hp) and to 605 PS (445 kW; 597 hp).
The Ford flathead V8 (often called simply the Ford flathead, flathead Ford, or flatty when the context is implicit, such as in hot-rodding) is a V8 engine of the valve-in-block type designed by the Ford Motor Company and built by Ford and various licensees.
The Hispano-Suiza 8 was a water-cooled V8 SOHC aero engine introduced by Hispano-Suiza in 1914, and the most commonly used engine in the aircraft of the Entente Powers during the First World War. The original Hispano-Suiza 8A was rated at 140 hp (100 kW) and the later, larger displacement Hispano-Suiza 8F reached 330 hp (250 kW).
The Holden V8 engine is an overhead valve (OHV) V8 engine that was produced by the Australian General Motors subsidiary, Holden between 1969 and 2000. The engine was used initially in the Holden HT series; it was later utilised in the Torana and Commodore ranges.
The Lycoming IO-720 engine is a large displacement, horizontally opposed, eight-cylinder aircraft engine featuring four cylinders per side, manufactured by Lycoming Engines. There is no carburated version of the engine, which would have been designated O-720 and therefore the base model is the IO-720.
The Mercedes-Benz M116 was automotive V8 engine made in several versions by Mercedes-Benz between 1969 and 1991. All models were gasoline powered, and utilized a single overhead camshaft with 2 valves per cylinder and Bosch Jetronic fuel injection. The larger M117 V8 followed, introduced initially in the US market.
The Mercedes-Benz M278 is a family of direct injected, Twin-Turbocharged, V8 gasoline automotive piston engines. The M278 is derived from the company's previous M273 V8 engine, sharing its bore pitch, aluminium engine block, and Silitec aluminium/silicon low-friction cylinder liners.
301.6 cu in (4.9 L) Pontiac 301 The Pontiac 301 Turbo is an engine that Pontiac produced for the 1980 and 1981 Trans Ams. It was a V8 engine with a displacement of 301 cubic inch which produced an officially factory rated 210 hp (157 kW) and 345 ft⋅lb (468 N⋅m) of torque in 1980.
The Toyota UR engine family is a 32-valve quad-camshaft V8 piston engine series which was first introduced in 2006 as the UZ series it replaced began phasing out. Production started with the 1UR-FSE engine with D4-S direct injection for the 2007 Lexus LS.