- Over 1.5 million (15 lakh) Ingenium engines have been produced
- The engine family now powers every Jaguar and Land Rover model
- Electrified versions of these engines are now joining the family
Jaguar Land Rover has announced that more than 1.5 million Ingenium engines have now been produced at its UK manufacturing plant.
Developed in-house and produced at the carmaker’s GBP 1 billion (about Rs 9,400 crore) engine manufacturing facility in Wolverhampton, UK, the first car powered by one of these engines rolled off the line in 2015.
The family started with a four-cylinder diesel engine, with a four-cylinder petrol joining in 2016. Since then, a straight-six petrol engine has also joined the line-up, replacing the old Ford-sourced V6, and a mild-hybrid straight-six diesel was announced earlier this week. Since the Jaguar i-Pace was unveiled, the facility has also…