When you think W16 engine, you undoubtedly think Bugatti Veyron. A man by the name of Paul Halstead wants to change that. The 67-year-old IT genius has a new W16, 1,200hp supercar in the works. His design firm HAL plans to use 7.0-liter LS7 V8 mounted together at 45 degrees. The plan is also to have two crankshafts, a six-speed sequential trans, and a carbon fiber tub. We'll keep you up to date on this one, as he previously created a car called the Giocattolo, which was shut down due to poor sales. 

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[via Motor Authority