Wright J-6 Whirlwind
Continental W-670
Continental A50/A65
Continental O-200
Continental O-300
Continental O-470
Teledyne Continental J69
Continental O-360
Continental O-520
Continental O-240

In the 1920s, Continental Motors made engines for other manufacturers' cars and trucks. The company's first production aircraft engine was a radial that flew in 1929.
In 1931, Continental introduced the engine that defined the company, the A40 four-cylinder, horizontally-opposed piston engine.

Continental was acquired by Teledyne in 1969 to form Teledyne Continental Motors. In addition to horizontally-opposed piston engines, TCM also produces small gas turbine engines for RPVs, missiles and small aircraft.