Beijing Auto Show 2012 : Jaguar Announced Turbo Four Cylinder Engines

Beijing Auto Show 2012

Jaguar Cars Ltd is a British car making company manufacturing the luxury cars. The company headquarter is located in Whitley, Coventry England. Jaguar made a commendable attribute in the much talked Beijing Auto Show 2012 with its Jaguar F-Type and Jaguar XJ which is coming in market with Champagne chiller and iPad docks in the back seats.


Every market is facing the tightening regulations of worldwide governments and tightening belt of consumers and the luxury market is also a part of this contraction. Seeing this worldwide contraction the leading car makers Jaguar announced two of its new engines in the Beijing Auto Show 2012. These two engines are announced for the future Jaguar Cars. The two engines announced by Jaguar in Beijing Auto Show 2012 are 2.0 I4 Ti and 3.0 V S/C.


According to the company, these two Jaguar engines will use the forced induction technology to bring out a high specific output efficiently. These two new engines will also deliver the forceful combination of refinement and flexibility.The 2.0 I4 Ti is a 2.0 liter turbocharged engine with four cylinders. This design and set up is said to be taken from Range Rover Evoque.
This engine will power the back wheels of the Jaguar wheels. This Jaguar engine will make 240 horsepower when it will be fitted in the future Jaguar cars XF and XJ. The Jaguar cars are presently running on naturally aspirated 3.0. The transmission of engine will be an eight-speed automatic.3.0 V S/C is a new all 3.0 liter V6 aluminum engine.
This engine is based off of 5.0 liter V8. This Jaguar engine will pump out 380 horsepower when fitted in the new Jaguar F-Type car. The Jaguar F-Type will be set on sale in market somewhere in mid of next year 2013. Jaguar F-Type will come up with the excellent feature of automatic stop-start. This Jaguar engine will replace the naturally aspirate 5.0 liter engine.

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