Most frequently found in high – performance engines and it makes for efficient breathing though cost and complexity are added. In April 1988 an Audi 200 Turbo Quattro (prototype) which was powered by an experimental 2.2 – liter turbocharged 25 – valve and was straight – 5 rated at 478 kW/650 PS at the rate of 6,200 revolutions to the minute (217.3 kW/liter) set two world speed records in Nardo, Italy hitting 326.403 km/h (202.8 mph) for 1,000 km (625 miles) and 324.509 km/h (201.6 mph) for 500 miles. Peugeot owned a triple overhead cam five – valve Grand Prix car in 1921. Mitsubishi were the first company to market a car engine with five valves per cylinder with their 548 cc 3G81 engine used in their Minica Dangan ZZ kei car in 1989. Toyota, Ferrari (F355, 360 and F50), Volkswagen’s Audi (Audi Quattro) and Skoda (Octavia vRS) and Bugatti (EB110) are the companies which have manufactured five – valve – engine vehicles. Yamaha also designed the five – valve cylinder head for the Toyota 4A – GE 20V 1991 Silvertop and also for the 1995 Blacktop engine used in some Toyota Corolla. Yamaha developed five – valve Formula One engines as well, the 1989 OX88 V8, 1996 OX11 V10, 1993 OX10 V10 and 1991 OX99 V12 though none of these were much successful. For their YZ250F and YZ450F motocross bikes, Yamaha has developed five – valve engines.