Jaguar Developing Stronger, More Efficient Engines

There was a time when engineers of Jaguar models had to choose between power and efficiency when they were redesigning engines. In most cases, they were able to make the vehicles more powerful at the expense of fuel economy, or significantly more efficient at the expense of size and muscle. That, of course, is not the way engineers look at things in the modern automotive world. Today, they want their cake, and they want to eat it, too.

Jaguar is no exception to this, as they recently released new Ingenium engines that are more powerful and more efficient. Generally speaking, Jaguar has made it known that they want to lower their carbon footprint and reduce overall emissions across the range, and these two new engines will drop fuel consumption by up to 15 percent.

"Environmental innovation is at the heart of our strategy to dramatically reduce emissions up to 2020 and beyond," said Nick Rogers, Executive Director of Product Engineering at Jaguar. "With the Ingenium family of powertrains and advanced research projects, future Jaguar vehicles will emit significantly less carbon dioxide. By 2020, new technologies will help us reduce our emissions by a further 25 percent."

Even better, these engines are going to get more powerful in the meantime. These most recent engines are estimated to deliver upwards of 25 percent more power than the current versions. As your Jaguar dealership serving Greenwood, IN, we're obviously excited about the possibility of such engines, and we know our customers are going to be excited, too.

In fact, if you're interested in test driving a model featuring our latest engine offerings, stop by any time and one of our sales associates will get you behind the wheel as soon as possible!

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