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27 June 2017, 01:04 | Maryann Sutton
Wolverhampton factory producing even more powerful engines for Jaguar
The new 300PS Ingenium petrol engine will be available for Jaguar's XE and XF saloons and the top-selling F-Pace performance SUV models. The 2-litre four-cylinder unit produces 400Nm of torque for rapid acceleration.
It seems like just yesterday that Jaguar rolled out a rejiggered powertrain lineup for the 2018 XE, XF, and F-Pace.
The XF saloon will sprint from 0-62mph in 5.6 seconds, while that time is reduced to 5.5 seconds in the XE sports saloon.
In the F-Pace, that means 0-62mph in six seconds and 37mpg.
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In the Jaguar XF business saloon the new engine delivers 0-100km/h in 5.6 seconds (0-60mph in 5.5 seconds).
Nick Rogers, executive director of product engineering, said: "We continue to broaden the range of our Ingenium engine family, giving customers more choice than ever before". None of the ratings are EPA official, but other than the F-Pace, the smaller turbo engine doesn't appear to be any more efficient than the larger supercharged V6 on the highway, and only slightly better in the city. It will be constructed in Wolverhampton at JLR's £500m Engine Manufacturing Centre.
It's a further development of the 184kW P250 version announced earlier this year, using the same twin-scroll turbo with ceramic ball bearings, close-coupled mountings and high-flow compressor wheel.
This new engine from Jaguar has become available about a month after the launch of a similar, 286bhp 2.0-litre Ingenium petrol engine for the Land Rover Discovery and Range Rover Evoque. All three cars get the firm's latest driver assist and safety technology too, with new features such as forward vehicle guidance and traffic detection.
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