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Hi guys,
im from the F Type forum. I saw a F Pace car today and on the rear it has the badge 3.5 t. What's with the letter T. Is it because it's a turbo motor? Why ? Why didn't they use a supercharger for this vehicle and i stead opted to go with a turbo setup.
Can anyone please explain why Jaguar is now using a Turbo. Turbo kills the exhaust sounds. No good!
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I am not sure why jaguar put the t on the back of the 3.0 supercharged 340 hp engines.(supercharging is a form of turbo charging?) I know for sure that for 2018 the 25t (2.0t 247hp) and later on in the year 30t(2.0t 300 hp) are both turbo 4. They have fixed it for 2018.
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Jaguar has changed the way its badged newer vehicles now. The "R" on some vehicles doesn't mean supercharge V8 anymore. The gasoline ( Petrol ) Ingenium 4 cyl engines will be turbo, otherwise it'd be a dog, and not a cat.


Im not exactly sure what models are available with in the NAS market as I don't live in USA anymore, but here in NZ all the 4 cylinders are Turbo, both petrol and diesel. I know in Land Rover side, they have a twin turbo 4 cylinder available, I'm pretty sure this will also become available with the F-Pace, and new Velar due to launch. The badging is depicted by level of spec, not necessarily whats under the hood/bonnet.


Stephen - Supercharge and Turbo are similar in that they are both power adders. However Turbo basically recycles the exhaust coming out, puts it through a intercooler, then pressurizes it back into the engine. Supercharging is using engine power ( driven off crankshaft ) to produce boost. Little bit different in how they react when driven. Turbos generally have some lag ( hesitation ) till turbos spool up creating boost, where as S/C's don't need to build boost.
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Jaguar has changed the way its badged newer vehicles now. The "R" on some vehicles doesn't mean supercharge V8 anymore. The gasoline ( Petrol ) Ingenium 4 cyl engines will be turbo, otherwise it'd be a dog, and not a cat.


Im not exactly sure what models are available with in the NAS market as I don't live in USA anymore, but here in NZ all the 4 cylinders are Turbo, both petrol and diesel. I know in Land Rover side, they have a twin turbo 4 cylinder available, I'm pretty sure this will also become available with the F-Pace, and new Velar due to launch. The badging is depicted by level of spec, not necessarily whats under the hood/bonnet.


Stephen - Supercharge and Turbo are similar in that they are both power adders. However Turbo basically recycles the exhaust coming out, puts it through a intercooler, then pressurizes it back into the engine. Supercharging is using engine power ( driven off crankshaft ) to produce boost. Little bit different in how they react when driven. Turbos generally have some lag ( hesitation ) till turbos spool up creating boost, where as S/C's don't need to build boost.
Thanks for informing me! The clarification was really needed.
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Jaguar has changed the way its badged newer vehicles now. The "R" on some vehicles doesn't mean supercharge V8 anymore. The gasoline ( Petrol ) Ingenium 4 cyl engines will be turbo, otherwise it'd be a dog, and not a cat.


Im not exactly sure what models are available with in the NAS market as I don't live in USA anymore, but here in NZ all the 4 cylinders are Turbo, both petrol and diesel. I know in Land Rover side, they have a twin turbo 4 cylinder available, I'm pretty sure this will also become available with the F-Pace, and new Velar due to launch. The badging is depicted by level of spec, not necessarily whats under the hood/bonnet.


Stephen - Supercharge and Turbo are similar in that they are both power adders. However Turbo basically recycles the exhaust coming out, puts it through a intercooler, then pressurizes it back into the engine. Supercharging is using engine power ( driven off crankshaft ) to produce boost. Little bit different in how they react when driven. Turbos generally have some lag ( hesitation ) till turbos spool up creating boost, where as S/C's don't need to build boost.
point of clarification - turbos do not recycle the exhaust - but rather use the exhaust to drive a turbine that drives fresh intake air (under pressure) through the inter-cooler etc.... :-)
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Jaguar has changed the way its badged newer vehicles now. The "R" on some vehicles doesn't mean supercharge V8 anymore. The gasoline ( Petrol ) Ingenium 4 cyl engines will be turbo, otherwise it'd be a dog, and not a cat.


Im not exactly sure what models are available with in the NAS market as I don't live in USA anymore, but here in NZ all the 4 cylinders are Turbo, both petrol and diesel. I know in Land Rover side, they have a twin turbo 4 cylinder available, I'm pretty sure this will also become available with the F-Pace, and new Velar due to launch. The badging is depicted by level of spec, not necessarily whats under the hood/bonnet.


Stephen - Supercharge and Turbo are similar in that they are both power adders. However Turbo basically recycles the exhaust coming out, puts it through a intercooler, then pressurizes it back into the engine. Supercharging is using engine power ( driven off crankshaft ) to produce boost. Little bit different in how they react when driven. Turbos generally have some lag ( hesitation ) till turbos spool up creating boost, where as S/C's don't need to build boost.
Here are the model > engine designations for 2018:

20d > 180hp 2.0 liter 4 cylinder turbo diesel
20t > 247hp Ingenium 2.0 liter turbo 4-cylinder gas
30t > 296hp Ingenium 2.0 liter turbo 4 cylinder gas
35t > 340hp 3.0 liter Supercharged 6 cylinder gas
S > 380hp 3.0 liter Supercharged 6 cylinder gas

Trim levels are:
Base
Premium
Prestige
R-Sport
S
Portfolio (upgraded Prestige)
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