Jaguar engines updated
Ingenium is the future of Jaguar engines.
To demonstrate this point, Jaguar has heavily developed the engine range for 2018 model year Jaguars. Designed to maximise performance and environmental sustainability, while at the same time driving down running costs for owners, these updated engines have achieved exceptional results. The 2018 Jaguar engine updates bring improved efficiency, lower running costs and enhanced performance, along with outstanding refinement levels, always a Jaguar hallmark.
There are two, all-new, four-cylinder Ingenium petrol engines, with 200PS and 250PS. They feature twin-scroll turbos for reduced power delivery lag and improved performance and efficiency, and patented electrohydraulic valve control for unrivalled flexibility. These two engines will be available for both the XE and XF, while the F-PACE receives the more powerful version only. In the Jaguar XE, the engines are capable of up to 45.1mpg combined, while the smallest Jaguar model will accelerate from 0-62mph in just 6.3 seconds when equipped with the 250PS version. Jaguars with the 200PS engine wear a 20t badge, while 250PS derivatives are identified by 25t badging.
A high-performance 2.0-litre, four-cylinder, twin-turbo diesel powerplant is also being introduced for all three models. Producing 240PS and 500Nm of torque, its sequential turbo configuration boosts power at high engine speeds, while improving responsiveness at low speeds. The result is a 0-62mph time of just 6.1 seconds and fuel economy of up to 54.4mpg combined in the XE. Models fitted with this new diesel engine wear the 25d badge. In addition, there is a new F-PACE engine for an efficient E-Performance diesel model, which promises CO2 emissions as low as 126g/km and economy of up to 59.2mpg combined. To find out more about the full specifications of these engines and the figures for individual models, contact our expert Jaguar team.
Ingenium: state-of-the-art engines for performance and the environment