On the eve of the electric revolution, it's Toyota of all automakers that's emerged as a vanguard for the V-8 engine. Eight cylinders are standard on its full-size Tundra pickup, Sequoia SUV and the mighty Land Cruiser. Lexus is the only one in the luxury space still stuffing naturally-aspirated V-8s into sedans and high-style coupes like the GS F and LC 500. But the end appears to be in sight.

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Toyota To Kick V-8 To The Curb In Three Years - Embracing Turbo V6s Instead

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