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The Range Rover Evoque - The Engine

Source: AutoMotoTV (Glomex)

The P300e has been part of the Range Rover Evoque range since spring. Now Land Rover is once again making the engine range more modern and larger. Under the hood there are two further developed 2.0 liter four-cylinder diesels from the latest generation of Ingenium - both self-ignition engines are equipped with mild hybrid technology (MHEV). This comprises a belt-starter alternator and a battery unit so that energy normally lost during braking or deceleration can be fed back into the 48-volt battery. Thanks to recuperation, more power is available, for example for overtaking, while consumption is reduced. The Evoque's two new MHEV diesels are available with 120 kW (163 hp) or 150 kW (204 hp) - more powerful than the engines previously installed, but with even better values for CO2 emissions and fuel consumption. The D165, for example, emits 131 grams of CO2 per kilometer, while the combined standard consumption is 100 kilometers from 5.0 liters. Also new in the 2021 Evoque model year is the 1.5-liter Ingenium three-cylinder gasoline engine, which was previously available as part of the P300e plug-in drive package and can now be ordered as the sole drive source. Classified as P160, the engine delivers 118 kW (160 hp) with a maximum torque of 260 Nm. The lightweight engine, which is available with front-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic transmission, offers a successful balance of power and efficiency. CO2 emissions of the 1.5 liter three-cylinder gasoline engine are 152 g/km, while the combined standard consumption is 6.6 liters per 100 kilometers.

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