Jaguar has just announced they will be unveiling their new E-Pace, which is essentially a smaller, mini version of the F-Pace, their first ever SUV that only came out a year ago.
Despite the name, the E-Pace is actually not an electric car – that honor belongs to the I-Pace, which was also recently announced. But the E-Pace promises to be a smaller, crossover version of the F-Pace, or as Jaguar calls it, a “compact performance SUV”, with a more curved roof and a very large, rectangular grille with two side vents. The back end has the same wraparound brakelights as the F-pace with an angular LED lighting signature, a large bootlid spoiler and large exhaust pipe.
These are just a few of the hints we can see on the exterior, but everything else – especially what is under the hood – is still up for speculation. All we know is that it will retail for £28,500 in the UK, and Jaguar will be doing the full-reveal on July 16th. After that, it will hit galleries early 2018.