Autocar trying to cover its client's embarrassment, obfuscating why the I6 Ingenium hasn't appeared:https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/n...-follow-new-xeJaguar Land Rover has just released a new inline six-cylinder petrol engine in the Range Rover Sport, but with the XE S axed due to slow sales it remains to be seen whether that engine will return to the larger models.
- they're trying to imply that the Ingenium I6 no-showed because there was no point - 'slow sales of large engine petrol saloons'.
Yes, but that's the UK. What explains the no-show of the Ingenium I6 in the US?
F'ing weasels are having a hard time covering for their master's mistakes.
Just come clean, like Speth should have done in 2013, and say the I6 is no more, because: '4-cylinder mild hybrids and PHEVs can cover 80-90% of customers, and EVs on the new 'MLA' platform will take over the high power, high price offering from 2020'.
No charge for the free press release.