In 1985 Alfa Romeo started a V10 Formula One engine project, in anticipation of the upcoming rules forbidding turbo engines.
Land Rover built one prototype Llama powered by its 85- horsepower Diesel turbo engine.
If one where to get the turbo engine, then the turbo boost gauge would take the place of the voltmeter.
This diesel was a Renault F-series like the petrol 1.7, and was available with a 1.6 litre non-turbo engine only.
The Mazdaspeed turbo engine has no VICS, but does have VTCS which is often mistaken to be related to VICS.
Aggressive performance stats match the car’s looks: Its 3.7-litre 750bhp, twin-turbo engine can take the car from 0-62mph in 2.8 seconds, to a top speed of 245mph.