According to analysis done by technicians using the Mopar engine library, the Dodge V10 has a horsepower of 310 at 4100 RPM. Horsepower is the measurement of how much work the engine can do when compared with other engines and acts as a standard to measure overall power.
The horsepower of a V10 engine depends on the revolutions per minute of the engine's piston mechanism, or RPM. RPM is determined by how fast the revolutions happen within a minute, with the above horsepower example being reached when the mechanism rotates about 4100 times in one minute. Horsepower will rise or fall depending on the RPM, but different designs make the horsepower different at the same RPM as other engines.