The Jaguar AJ-V6 engine is a specialized version of Ford's Duratec 25/30 V6. One notable addition is the use of variable valve timing, a feature also shared with Mazda's version of the engine. It is available in 2.0 L, 2.5 L and 3.0 L displacements. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jaguar AJ-V6 engine"
The Jaguar AJ-V8 is a compact V8 piston engine used in many Jaguar vehicles. It was the fourth new engine type in the history of the company. It is a DOHC design and replaced the Jaguar AJ6 engine in many cars. It is available in displacements ranging from 3.2 L to 5.0 L, and a supercharged version is also produced. Ford Motor Company uses this small V8 in other products as well, including the Lincoln LS and Land Rovers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jaguar AJ-V8 engine"
The AJ6 (and similar AJ16) was an inline-6 piston engine used by Jaguar in the 1980s and 1990s. It was designed to replace the much-loved Jaguar XK6 engine, and was introduced in 1984. The AJ6 was only the third engine ever designed by the company. The AJ6 was replaced in 1996 with the Ford Duratec-derived Jaguar AJ-V6 engine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jaguar AJ6 engine"
The 2.7 L (2720 cc) V6 used by Jaguar Cars (called the AJD-V6 by Jaguar and DT17 by PSA Peugeot Citroën) was reportedly developed by Jaguar to Ford and PSA Peugeot Citroën specifications, and will be used by those companies as well. Ford and PSA extended their Diesel engine joint-venture in October, 1999, to include this V6 engine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jaguar AJD-V6 engine"
Jaguar's V12 was one of the premiere powerplants of the 1970s and 1980s. It was a V12 piston engine, originally designed for a Le Mans car, the ill-fated Jaguar XJ13. The V12 was only Jaguar's second engine design in the history of the company. It had a SOHC 2-valve head with flat combustion chambers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jaguar V12 engine"
The famed Jaguar XK6 engine was introduced in 1949 and produced until 1994. It was a DOHC inline-6 engine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jaguar XK6 engine"
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