Jaguar Land Rover to bring back straight-six engines in 2017
The engine configuration that defined Jaguar will be replacing the ageing V6
Jaguar Land Rover are bringing back the '60s, with the decision to switch from their current V6 to an all-new straight-six in 2017. The current supercharged V6 is an ageing engine from the era of Ford ownership. Originally, the 3.8-litre straight-six featured on the legendary E-Type in the 1960s which was what made the company world famous. The new straight-six will be a part of Jaguar Land Rover's Ingenium engine family, which have an aluminium block and are developed in-house.
The Ingenium family of engines has been designed to be...
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The petrol powered luxury saloon, which is being made at the company' Pune plant, comes after the successful launch of locally produced diesel-powered Jaguar XJ 3.0L earlier this year.<br />