Ford Motor Co. is expected to begin construction in October at Cleveland Engine No.2 to install new assembly lines and machinery for a new engine to power the '01 “Baby Jag,” codenamed X400. The Jaguar engine will be based on Ford's all-aluminum Duratec. Cleveland Engine No.2 currently builds the 3.0L Duratec V-6 for the Jaguar S-Type and the Lincoln LS. The factory also is home to the 2.5L Duratec used in the Contour/Mystique. The engine for the upcoming Jaguar X400 — an all-wheel-drive ...

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