Two new engines will be joining the Jaguar family, with at least one confirmed for the new F-Type sports car.
First up is a 3.0L Supercharged V6, displacing 340 or 380 horsepower depending on output. The V6 is essentially a cut down version of Jaguar’s 5.0L V8, which can also be had with a blower. Both will appear in the upcoming F-Type sports car. The V6 will also have a start/stop system, while the highest output version will be reserved exclusively for the F-Type.
Jaguar will also adopt the 2.0L 240 horsepower 4-cylinder engine from the Range Rover Evoque (which is essentially a Ford Ecoboost motor), but Jaguar didn’t announce what application the engine would find its way into. We’re more interested in which Land Rover products the blown V6 will be utilized.