Jaguar XE has at last showed its face after a long drawn out PR campaign. The British fighter of the BMW 3 series was unveiled in an OTT ceremony just two weeks ago. Here we furnish you with more details on the Jaguar XE firepower. It has come to light that an intelligent diesel engine has been invented to feature in most XE and with that the Jaguar is planning to deliver a mighty kick on the behind of BMW 3 series.
The engine is called “Ingenium” which may sound strange, but the Jaguar Land Rover 4-cylinder range is going to sweep the opposition off the floor with its low emission levels. Two choices of engines on 2.0 L 4-cylinder turbodiesel will be available for consumers offering 161hp and 380Nm torque, and the fuel economy are expected to be 32kmpl and the emission figure will be 99g of carbon. With such figures, the diesel will be accounting most of the sales for Jaguar.
If you are performance conscious then you can have a 178hp offering engine tuned for diesel and 430Nm of torque, however the economy figures are not revealed by Jaguar yet. The current diesel engines of 2.2 L found in the XF are too auditory, and an acoustic sump cover has been offered by Ingenium to fix it which is likely to offer exceptional quietness with its nerdy technology. If you are the type who link the diesel with only long haulage, then you have plenty of petrol engine options in the turbocharged four-cylinder 2.0 L and the supercharged 3.0 L V6.
If the finicky finger crossing attitude of ours pays off you will get a production version of the V8 XE R-S, which is entirely made up, is likely to follow soon. More engine details for the Jaguar can be unearthed from the official website.