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
Could an entry-level Aston Martin coupe be in the works?
Look for an I6 in the Mercedes-AMG CLS53 and E53.
The new engine is expected to debut as the Mercedes-AMG CLS53.
Yes, one's a diesel and it probably won't come to the US.
Jaguar Land Rover might add two cylinders to the Ingenium modular engine family.
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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