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Jaguar Land Rover's new family of Ingenium four-cylinder engines will launch exclusively as a 2.0-litre diesel in the new Jaguar XE saloon early next year, meaning the new Land Rover Discovery Sport will have to launch with the Freelander's 2.2-litre diesel under the bonnet reports Auto Express.

JLR has just released more details of its new modular four-cylinder engine range, with claims of an 80kg weight saving over today's engines, plus reductions in friction of 17%, meaning greater efficiency and response.

Ingenium will launch as one of the most tested engines ever fitted to a Jaguar or Land Rover vehicle. JLR says before the first Ingenium engine is sold, it will have undergone the equivalent of more than eight years of "the toughest, most punishing testing Jaguar Land Rover engineers could devise", including more than 72,000 hours of dyno testing and 3.2 million kilometres of real-world testing.

The Ingenium engine family will debut in the all-new Jaguar XE, which will be revealed at October's Paris motor show before going on sale internationally in 2015, and will feature across a wide range of Jaguar, Land Rover and Range Rover models from next year.


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