Sounds very similar to 80′s turbo cars, and that’s on a dyno.
The sound of an engine on a dyno tends to sound much weaker due to a bunch of factors. Take this video of a Cosworth V8 that was released the year prior to the introduction of V8s in F1. While the V8 doesn’t have as good a noise as the V10s, the engines sound better when they are bolted to a car, not a dyno.
The Jag engine is also a production car engine, not a race engine, so it has to be much tamer.
My wish, that I am certain won’t be fulfilled, is that the engines have a monstrous output once again. At the moment, the cars can handle much more power than they have. If F1 is meant to be a test of driver skill, they should be given engines which require the driver to be careful. I want to see corners like Eau Rouge and 130R not taken flat by the entire field. Hearing a driver go flat through corners where others don’t should be special.