Jaguar’s first SUV, the F-Pace has been so successful it is embarking on a large product onslaught for the genre. It has already unveiled the concept of its electric-powered I-Pace, which will hit the market early in 2018, but now it is also testing the E-Pace.
Smaller and cheaper than the F-Pace, the E-Pace will sit on the same platform as the Range Rover Evoque and will boast a shorter bonnet than the F. Set to rival the BMW X1 and Mercedes GLC, the E-Pace looks set to be introduced around the middle of 2017.
We expect it to be powered by the 2.0l Ingenium petrol and diesel engines. – Mark Smyth