THAT is the engine that these beasts need! And if it gets BETTER fuel mileage than the 3.6L, then that will just be "gravy"! :thumb: :thumb:deacon_blues said:Possibly the twin-turbo DI 3.0 that is said to be in late stages of development? This one is estimated to produce about 365hp. I don't know torque numbers, but if peak HP happens at around 5500rpm(with the turbo(s), it likely will produce peak HP at a lower rpm than the naturally-aspirated 3.6) then we might reasonably expect peak torque to be about 349 lb-ft. For comparison purposes, the 5.3L V-8 (LH6) as deployed in a 2006 Rainier that I owned is rated 330lb-ft @ 4000rpm and 300 hp @ 5200. The Rainier, although fairly heavy, would turn in 0-60 times around 7.5 seconds. The 3.0 DI TT should move a next-gen Lambda off the line with considerable authority and be a reasonable towing machine, although those used to low-end V-8 torque will have to rev them a little higher.