It seems like the naturally aspirated engines are a dying breed,and with every new performance car being build,it looks like we lose the N/A V8 to a smaller turbocharged engine.There still are some V8s in the market,but the number is getting smaller and smaller by the day.

American muscles have always kept V8s,even when the emission controls and regulations increased.The challenger seems to eschew any and all emission controls,and Camaro’s V8,features cylinder deactivation in order to improve fuel economy.What about the Mustang you ask?Well in 1999,Ford developed something called the Charge Motion Control Valve.The system is able to make the engine very fuel efficient at low RPM,and when you’re not hard on the throttle,and it also doesn’t get in the way when you want to floor it.Anyway,watch the video to have a whole idea.