Jaguar Land Rover to bring back straight-six engines in 2017

The engine configuration that defined Jaguar will be replacing the ageing V6

Overdrive April 20, 2016 13:38:27 IST
Jaguar Land Rover to bring back straight-six engines in 2017

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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