You say you enjoy a serving of "... is better than coffee" meme with your breakfast? Here's a cup of Honda RA271 for you, turn it up!
The 272 was the development of Honda's very first F1 car the 1964 RA271, it gave the Japanese giant its first GP win with Ritchie Ginther in Mexico. What's amazing it that Honda had just started building cars in 1960 and previously had just build small motorcycles.
F1 regulations at the time allowed a maximum engine displacement of 1500cc and while most teams of the era chose the v6 or v8 route, Honda was the first to enter a V12 which they mounted transversely in the car, motorcycle style.
Ferrari also fielded a 1.5 l V12 along with a V8 in '65 but Honda's motor made more power, 230 HP at 13000 rpm.
The sound will make you smile, certainly made Gabriele grin!