Jaguar had more proposed engine four-cylinder engine in the U.S. market since 1948. The wait will soon be filled by the arrival of a four-cylinder 2.0 turbo 240 HP on the Jaguar XF, a style for the Jaguar XJ 3.0 V6.
The constructor has equipped two of its three models of smaller engines, including a four-cylinder; the never seen in Jaguar since 1948. “We have only 8 cylinders in a market who converted the 6-cylinder“, according to Andy Goss, CEO of Jaguar Land Rover North America division.
The British luxury brand has confirmed the future introduction of two engines the displacement reduced on the American market. It’s a four-cylinder in-line 2.0 turbo and V6 3.0 style.
According to our colleagues of AutoNews.com, there is no V6 was proposed for four years in the United States. To find trace of a four-cylinder across the Atlantic, it is necessary to go back to 1948.
Present on the Range Rover I, the four-cylinder 2.0 turbo – cylinder in-line 2.0 turbo will develop 240 HP and will be intended for the Jaguar XF sedan. Available in two versions of power, 340 and 380 horses, the style 3.0 V6 will take place under the hood of the Jaguar XF and Jaguar XJ.
These new engines will be associated with an eight speed automatic transmission replaced the current six-speed automatic transmission. The level of consumption of these blocks will be not known before August. sources Autonews.com