Jaguar Land Rover has launched the new Jaguar E-Pace, available to order in the European market priced at GBP 32,575 in the UK. The new Jaguar E-Pace features a new vehicle architecture, refreshed exteriors, reworked interiors and new Plug-in and Mild-hybrid electric vehicle powertrains. The Jaguar E-Pace is offered in S, SE and HSE trim levels and all are available in the R-Dynamic specification and with the Black Exterior Pack. The E-Pace can also be ordered with the new 300 SPORT specification.
On the outside, the E-Pace features a new grille mesh design with diamond detailing, a Jaguar heritage logo with contemporary Noble Chrome finish, new lower apertures on the front apron that now comes with a new blade element, the iconic Leaper emblem on the side fender vents, new mesh insert on the rear apron sitting between the tailpipes on the standard four-cylinder engine and new slim horizontal blade finishers on all other engine options.
The new Jaguar E-Pace features new All-LED headlamps with integrated ‘Double J’ daytime running light (DRL), optional Pixel LED technology available on the headlamps with Adaptive Driving Beam capability that is able to optimise visibility, reduce glare and highlight traffic signs. The advanced LED technology is applied to S models, while Premium LED headlights with Auto High Beam Assist feature on SE and HSE vehicles. Also, the S, SE and HSE models come with Animated Directional Indicators on the rear as standard and are available on the front on the SE and HSE models. The E-Pace also comes with i-Pace inspired all-LED tail lights.
On the inside, the E-Pace features a multilayered dual-tone dashboard with a driver-oriented cockpit that features a fully digital colour instruments cluster, a centrally mounted chemically-strengthened 11.4-inch fingerprint-resistant anti-glare curved-glass touchscreen infotainment system with Pivi Pro integration, 15W wireless smartphone charger, soft-touch materials all around, a new chunky Drive Selector with ‘cricket-ball’ stitching, hidden-until-lit switches on the steering wheel and more.
The new Jaguar E-Pace will be available in a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine with 163 PS of power matched to a six-speed manual and front-wheel drive, a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine with MHEV that makes 163 PS of power matched to a nine-speed automatic and all-wheel drive, 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine with MHEV that makes 204 PS of power matched to a nine-speed automatic and all-wheel drive.
Petrol options include a 1.5-litre three-cylinder turbo-petrol with MHEV producing 160PS of power matched to an eight-speed automatic transmission and FWD, 1.5-litre three-cylinder turbo-petrol with PHEV producing 309PS of power matched to an eight-speed automatic transmission and AWD, 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-petrol with MHEV producing 200 PS of power matched to a nine-speed automatic transmission and AWD, 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-petrol with MHEV producing 249 PS of power matched to a nine-speed automatic transmission and AWD, 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-petrol with MHEV producing 300 PS of power matched to a nine-speed automatic transmission and AWD.
The brand has also announced that all the derivatives of the Jaguar E-Pace are available to order and customer deliveries of Plug-In Hybrid variants are slated to begin in Spring 2021/Autumn 2021 depending on the market.