T he four-cylinder gasoline direct injection engine with two liters of displacement and variable valve control on the inlet and outlet side should bring it to 240 hp and a maximum torque of 340 Nm. The four-cylinder, weighing 138 kilograms, delivers maximum power at 5,500 rpm, with maximum torque available from 1,800 rpm.
The new engine in the XF and XJ models is supposed to replace the old three-liter V6 naturally aspirated engine, the available in some markets. The four-cylinder is further combined with the well-known eight-speed automatic. In both models, it should enable spurt times of just under eight seconds and a top speed of 240 km /h. Consumption figures have not yet been mentioned.
380 PS V6 for the Jaguar F-Type
The new three-liter V6 supercharged engine also has direct fuel injection. In the basic version, which will be used in the XF and XJ models, it develops 340 hp at 6,500 rpm. The maximum torque is given as 450 Nm from 1,800 rpm. In both models, it should enable spurt times of just under six seconds and a governed top speed of 250 km /h. Here, too, there are no consumption figures yet.
Jaguar has a version of the V6 engine with 380 hp and 460 Nm torque ready for the upcoming Jaguar F-Type. In any case, the V6 is coupled with the well-known eight-speed automatic, optionally it can also be combined with a start-stop system.