V-6


V–6

noun \ˈvē-ˈsiks\

Definition of V-6

:  an internal combustion engine having two banks of three cylinders each with the banks at an angle to each other; also :  an automobile having such an engine — compare V-8

First Known Use of V-6

1953

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