Is the inline 6 going to be much less expensive to produce than Pentastar V6? Or is the Pentastar unable to be improved to produce similar performance to an I6? I don't really understand why a whole new engine is being made that really only works for RWD vehicles (fore-and-aft placement). It seems that it's a lot be spending on an engine with such limited application (compared to V6). Or is it more of a W6 which gets the length down to allow transverse? Also, I've always thought CUV stood for "Compromised Utility Vehicle" .