looks like the technology is the same or very similar to both the coyote and s62. I am pretty sure that all car manufacturers use/steel each others technology as long as no patents are violated.
The fact that the Lexus 5.0 exists and is very similar to both of the other engines blows a giant hole in your conspiracy theory here. You said there is no other engine as similar to the S62 as the Coyote, and I proved you wrong.
The BMW engineers could very well have stolen this technology from another car manufacturer. Most RnD usually trickles down from much higher performance vehicles anyway.
Ok, great. What relevance does that have here? Remember, you're trying to accuse Ford of stealing technology, not BMW.
That is one on the reasons why car manufactures develop F1 cars and other race cars. I know for a fact that VW/Audi were the first to use DCT transmissions in their vehicles and now even BMW and others have adopted it.
Technically, Porsche had the technology for years before VAG started putting it in their cars.
But look at my original post at the similarities and to me that is uncanny.
No, it's really not. I pointed out another engine by another manufacturer that's nearly identical.
Not even the lexus engine has so many similarities (other than HP, trq and displacement, VVT).
Same displacement, nearly identical power output to the hp and lb/ft, same compression, the Lexus motor is as identical to the Coyote as the S62 is.
I guess both Ford and BMW engineers could have come to the conclusion on the design of their engines all by themselves but I find it unlikely.
And I'm sure you're also a 9/11 truther, a birther and a Rand Paul supporter too, aren't ya?
Oh and btw, i believe that the e39 M5 was also the benchmark for the Lexus IS F. 4 door saloon with 400hp. just saying
Uh, no, try again. Lexus was targeting the M3, the RS4 and the C63 with the IS-F, not the M5.