The Jaguar Land Rover for car consumers might come back with a inline-six engine to replace the automaker’s current V6 motor.
This change from the Ingenium engine creates a 3.0-liter straight-six. It also can simplify manufacturing by allowing the company to build the powerplant in one factory alongside the 2.0-liter version. The automakers on the engine aren’t talking much but said: “We can’t comment on future product one way or another,” company spokesperson Nathan Hoyt told Autoblog.
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