The E-Pace is a scaled back version of the widely successful Jaguar F-Pace and it is anticipated to be the breakout car for Jaguar after its release in 2017. Designed on the premise of the Range Rover Evoque and the Land Rover Discovery Sport, the E-Pace is a subcompact luxury crossover SUV available in both front wheel drive and four-wheel drive.
The E-Pace has a transverse front engine, the first Jaguar to have one since the X-type. This means that, despite the bulky look of the car (the E-Pace is heavier than some cars in its category), the engine ensures weight is distributed proportionately for easy riding. The Jaguar E-Pace offers ample space albeit with a more conservative interior design (especially when you factor in the rich handsome exterior) that makes it more suitable for big families traveling long distances. Another unusual element of the Jaguar E-pace is the nine gear ratios, which barely impacts the ride. Still, the E-Pace exudes traditional luxury that is typical of any Jaguar model.