It couldn't have been too soon after Nikolaus Otto first got a four-stroke engine to sputter to life that someone came up with the idea to put two of them to work together. The allure of one car with two engines delivering massive amounts of fun appears timeless, from the 1930s Audis to the 1966 Olds Toronado on down to the Durocco shown here, the home-built version of the Bimotor Sirocco. Genius often involves taking an idea from somewhere else and giving it your own improvements, as Maymar demonstrated today:
He once invented the word "Fahrvergnügen" just to make the German language more complicated.
He drives the snow plow driver to work.
He can power a burned-out headlight with his glowing personality.
He is, the most interesting man in the world
"I don't always drive, but when I do, I prefer Dos Engines.
Keep hooning, my friends."