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Jaguar Land Rover Ingenium Engine new details revealed

Jaguar Land Rover Ingenium Engine details revealed

Class leading torque, enhanced horsepower and elevated level of refinement, besides lower emissions and fuel consumption are all promised on new Ingenium engines, which are now detailed by Jaguar Land Rover.

Jaguar Land Rover Ingenium Engine details revealedTo make their way on the new Jaguar XE and Discovery Sport, the new Ingenium engines also cause less friction and are lighter in weight by 80 kgs as compared to engines in use as on date. To be offered in both petrol and diesel guises, these state of the art Ingenium engines from Jaguar Land Rover have been developed at company’s Powertrain Engineering facility at Whitley Technical Center into which £40 million has been invested.

JLR has also built a new Engine Manufacturing Center near Wolverhamton at £500 million for manufacture of these Ingenium engines which have been put through 72,000 hours of testing on the dyno and 3.2 million kms on the road.

new Jaguar XE official camouflage picture #feelxeThe first engine to be produced will be a 2.0 liter turbo diesel engine which will consist of lightweight aluminium blocks with 500 cc cylinder capacity. No other specifications were revealed, but the British car makers promises more efficiency and responsiveness as compared to any other 2.0 liter turbo diesel in its segment.

These Ingenium engines are configurable and flexible. The engines will also be able to cope with any sort of new progresses in fuel, turbocharging, emission and performance besides electrification technologies due to the fact that they have been future proofed to tackle these advancements.


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