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Just when you thought diesel was dying a death JLR come out with this. What's the betting it doesn't fit the XE or XF.

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That’s great news for JLR!
hybrid+ petrol on big boxes like Land Rover are quite poor in terms of MPG. Hybrid+diesel might be the answer for big boxes.
Sure not under the Xe will fit, maybe Xf but don’t think they sell many 3.0d now a days.
 

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The straight-six petrol doesn't fit in the XF so I doubt this will either.
 

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Going to watch this with interest. JLR always said the Ingenium engine was scaleable and was designed to readily add extra cylinders. Also a bit baffled as to which car/tractor it will go into but I wouldn't mind a straight 6 petrol will closely follow and about time too.
 

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F-Pace and E-Pace if you want a Jaguar with it most likely.
 

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Is badged a land rover though so probably no jag :(
 
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They're hammering a suitable recess into the facelifted XF bulkhead as we speak. That's why there is a delay..... :D
 

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It's going into FFRRs and RRSs first.

To replace the TDV8 diesels.
 
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There’s a surprise.


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New gearbox?
 

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It's going into the next XF which is being designed for a hybrid drivetrain.
 

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Good news indeed. 350 hp / 700 nm just sounds a bit low for a brand new 3 liter diesel.
 

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It's going into the next XF which is being designed for a hybrid drivetrain.
Which isn’t going to come out until 2023 or something?


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Going to watch this with interest. JLR always said the Ingenium engine was scaleable and was designed to readily add extra cylinders. Also a bit baffled as to which car/tractor it will go into but I wouldn't mind a straight 6 petrol will closely follow and about time too.
Yesterday's press release for the new Discovery launch included the i6 diesel.
 

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It's already in the new Defender, too.

Getting common as muck now!
 

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This sounds similar to the Mercedes M256 inline 3.0d that was introduced a couple of years ago. Link.
There is no accessory drive at front, allowing it to be fitted into the engine area (saves 2 inches apparently). Instead, electric motors are used for water pump and AC compressor.
Interesting that major car manufacturers are stil investing so much in the future of diesels.
I think it is good because we clearly cannot switch quickly and completely to electric cars and diesels still offer better environmental benefits over petrol if emissions can be dealt with better.
 

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I doubt the Ingenium engine would be signed off for development now - it is actually a 5 + year old design - started well before thoughts of banning ICE had surfaced.
 

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I doubt the Ingenium engine would be signed off for development now - it is actually a 5 + year old design - started well before thoughts of banning ICE had surfaced.
I doubt there will be any further development on mainstream V8s & possibly 6 cylinder engines as well.
 
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