Hopefully someone gets a good laugh out of this… I have a brand new 2022 4Runner and read about how vehicles that have flood mode will allow the starter to turn the engine at a low rpm to circulate oil through the motor. I decided to try this without verifying that my car had this feature. I had driven about 5 miles to the grocery store so the engine was warmed up and lubricated. I went inside and returned to my 4Runner about 10 minutes later. I pressed the brake and gas to the floor and held the start button expecting the engine to turn over at the speed of the starter and instead the car started and revved to about 5k rpm. I immediately released the gas. I’m assuming that since the car was driven a few miles prior and only sat for 10 minutes that there would have been enough of an oil film to protect the engine for the brief moment that the engine saw 5k rpm. Am I worried about nothing or is it possible I could have a premature engine failure due to my idiocy?