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Jaguar Land Rover celebrates the production of 1.5 million clean Enginium engines

Jaguar Land Rover celebrates the production of 1.5 million clean Enginium engines

Jaguar Land Rover has produced 1.5 million "Ingenium" engines to date, and the British company is celebrating its pioneering position in this field by adding a new advanced transmission.

The Motor Manufacturing Center (EMC) in Wolverhampton, UK, is producing the highly efficient Ingenium powertrain family, providing a range of clean and electric motors for the various Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles. *

The advanced Enginium range of engines includes a number of clean, efficient, clean and highly efficient diesel, gasoline and electric engines, and has been built to optimize performance to the maximum extent possible, while reducing negative environmental impacts and operating costs on customers at the same time, and is being developed and manufactured within the company in the United Kingdom. All-aluminum Enginium engines are characterized by modular designs, flexible and easy to modify, and they share a number of basic technologies.

The latest release of the Ingenium engines was the straight six-cylinder diesel engine, which provides additional performance, agility and efficiency for Range Rover and Range Rover Sport. This advanced "Ingenium" diesel engine, equipped with MHEV technology, joins a group of six-cylinder petrol engines and four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines made at the Jaguar Land Rover lab in Wolverhampton.

Ingenium engines support the company's long-term commitment to reduce emissions from its cars and increase fuel economy, which is part of the "zero-destination" vision, and from a commitment to reduce harmful emissions and make the environment less polluted through continuous innovation.

Jaguar Land Rover will continue to develop Ingenium engine technology, while increasing the electric options available in its vehicles, and developing the concept of a hydrogen-fueled powertrain **. The Motors Manufacturing Center also handles the assembly of electric driving units (EDU), to provide complete flexibility when choosing between new gasoline and diesel engines, and electric driving units for customers who wish to switch from conventional cars to electric cars.

A growing system for electric cars is also added to the Wolverhampton Lab, and contains an innovative and technologically advanced battery collection center in the adjacent Hams Hole area, where it collects batteries for PHEV and BEV, which will be Responsible for operating the next generation of Jaguar and Land Rover electric cars.

"We are seeing unprecedented levels of demand for less polluted cars, so the availability of clean and highly efficient engines is more important than ever, without compromising performance and superior capabilities," said Ken Close, Director of Launch of Drive Gear Operations at Jaguar Land Rover. All the terrain our customers expect. "

"The Ingenium engines we offer are the best in both ways. They achieve fuel efficiency and a reduction in harmful emissions, while generating significant torque for more responsive and enjoyable driving."

The engine manufacturing center provides products for the various global operations of the "Jacquard Land Rover", and most of these engines are used in the company's facilities in the United Kingdom, including Solihull, which is responsible for manufacturing the new Range Rover and Range Rover Sport cars that the company recently announced.

The newest six-cylinder diesel engine is produced in the same facilities responsible for the manufacture of the six-cylinder gasoline engine, which was successfully launched last year. The production process includes manufacture of engine infrastructure, cylinder heads, cylinder block and crankshaft, as well as assembly and testing of the engine as a whole. The engine manufacturing center is operated using the most advanced capabilities of manufacturing, assembly, testing and calibration, to successfully introduce one of the best clean diesel engines in the world.