The Wärtsilä 14RT-flex96C is not the latest deadly virus coming from the tropics to kill you, despite its name. It is, in fact, a diesel engine, designed by a Finnish company, and built in Korea. It is a very powerful engine. It is also a very enormous engine. Bigger than your house. I promise.
The Wärtsilä 14RT-flex96C, which I will just be calling "Tony" from here on out for brevity purposes, is the largest variant of the largest marine engine in the world, and is built for Ultra-Large Container Ships. That's not just a descriptor, it's an actual title for a class of cargo vessels. Over 1,200 feet long, over 160 feet wide, and carrying more than 14,500 container boxes, they're so big they can't even fit through the Panama Canal. That means that Tony needs to have a lot of grunt to get all that metal moving, and also whatever that metal is carrying.