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Tougher emissions testing in Europe prompts the switch

This could be the last year to score a Jaguar with the carmaker's 3.0-liter supercharged V6. Autocar reports that Jaguar deep-sixed the XE S and XF S in the UK due to poor sales and difficulty coping with European emissions regulation changes taking place this year. The mag expects the XJ and F-Pace to lose the V6, too, but suspects the F-Type might retain the engine. It's possible, however, the bent-six with up to 380 horsepower and 339 pound-feet of torque might finally be retiring for a reaso

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This would be the first six-cylinder from Aston since the DB7 in 1999.

Could an entry-level Aston Martin coupe be in the works?

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An inline-six can be built alongside an inline-four.

Look for an I6 in the Mercedes-AMG CLS53 and E53.

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The new engine is expected to debut as the Mercedes-AMG CLS53.

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The engines are more powerful and fuel-efficient than the current V6 units.

Yes, one's a diesel and it probably won't come to the US.

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Jaguar Land Rover might add two cylinders to the Ingenium modular engine family.

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Mercedes-Benz will make a return to the inline-six-cylinder engine game, according to a report from the UK's AutoCar. It's not clear what's prompting the phasing out of the current array of V6s.

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BMW M3 purists, rejoice. According to F30Post.com, BMW's North American boss, Ludwig Willisch, has confirmed that the next-generation M3 will be powered by an inline six-cylinder engine. That's right, the V8 is dead and the rumors of a possible V6 have officially been squashed.

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