Few brands can resist the “downsizing”. That famous practice that consists in reduce displacements and, in many cases, number of cylinders so as to fulfill the increasingly demanding regulations of the anti-pollution and, also, to approve a fuel consumption lower. Luckily, another positive point is that, thanks to turbocharging and high injection pressures, the power can remain high. In a nutshell, theoretically, get more efficient engines.
Jaguar just reported that your block 2.0 Turbo of gasoline, belonging to the range , Ingenium of the brand, now also offered in a new version of the 300 HP. This variant is added, therefore, to the two versions already known of this propeller of 2 liters, yield 200 and 250 HP. The new variant will be the most powerful of the range, and may be fit in the models, Jaguar XE, XF, and in the successful SUV Jaguar F-Pace.
in Addition to the 300 HP already mentioned, this version of the block 2.0 Turbo petrol develops a maximum torque of 400 Nm. The Jaguar F-Pace can do the 0 to 100 km/h in 6 seconds (not bad for a car so big and heavy), homologando a combined fuel consumption of 7.7 l/100 km In the case of the Jaguar XF, allows you to go from 0 to 100 in 5.8 and achieve approved an average consumption of 7.2 liters. Finally, in the berlin media, in the Jaguar XE, the acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h is completed in just 5.5 seconds, with an expenditure of petrol 6.9 litres every 100 kilometres travelled.
The arrival of this version of Ingenium 300 HP will be able to cover a gap, until now, empty in these models. The Jaguar XE will come in handy. Your version of maximum power, without counting with the sport variant S, was 250 HP. This variant will be a intermediate step between the 250 HP and 380 in the model S, for those who want a car very fast and powerful, without, however, reaching the high point of sportsmanship in the S.
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