Designed in England and built in France, this engine was considered to be one of the best of its time period. The name derives from the French "en V", describing the V-8 configuration. The Aerodrome's Short-29 reproduction was built by Cole Palen specifically to serve as a home for this well-liked engine.
- Country: United Kingdom/ France
- Year: 1909
- Horsepower: 60
- RPM: 1100
- Weight: 287 lbs.
- Displacement: 464 cu. in.
- Configuration: V-8, water-cooled
- Used In: Short S-29