New Jaguar E-Pace Baby SUV Teased, Debuts July 13, Priced From $38,600

The Jaguar F-Pace has been a tremendous success and the automaker has just confirmed plans for a follow-up.

Set to arrive in the United States early next year, the Jaguar E-Pace promises to combine “sports car design and agility with every-day compact SUV practicality.”

The company is keeping details under wraps but the teaser image suggests the model will have a sporty front fascia which is heavily inspired by the F-Type. Moving further back, we can see front fender vents, a compact greenhouse, and a tailgate-mounted spoiler.

Technical specifications remain unconfirmed but Jaguar revealed the crossover will be powered by Ingenium engines and come standard with all-wheel drive (in the United States).

According to Jaguar Design Director Ian Callum, “The combination of sports car looks with Jaguar performance will ensure that the E-Pace stands out. Every Jaguar is designed to excite the senses, and we think E-Pace will do just that, albeit with its own individual character.”

The Jaguar E-Pace will be unveiled on July 13th and U.S. pricing will start at $38,600. The latter figures means the entry-level crossover will undercut the F-Pace by $3,465.

In the United Kingdom, the E-Pace will cost £28,500 and it will be offered with both petrol and diesel engines.

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  • O123

    Loving this takes from the f type rather than the dowdy xe and xf. I kinda want one.

    • javier

      i do too if they do an svr sub 4 seconds

      • Matt

        I doubt they’re going to get it that low. Oh well, no E-Pace for you 😉

      • fabri99

        It sure will have the Pace.

  • Nordschleife

    Don’t try to become something that I’ll consider for purchase Jaguar. The profile and the teaser looks good Jaguar. Can’t wait to see the official debut.

  • haudit

    I’m happy that they’ve very taken clear inspiration from the F-Type for the styling, particularly of the front end and the shape of the side windows, as it all looks very Jaguar while handily avoiding the Russian doll syndrome that affects a lot of rival products.

    JLR can do a stunning interior when it puts its mind to it (Range Rover Velar) so I hope they’ve reacted to the criticism of the rather sombre, anodyne interior designs of the XE, XF and F-Pace, and decided to give the E-Pace something a little less clinical.

  • JBsC6

    THis is exciting news. Can’t wait to see the latest jaguar. Stunning styling.

  • SteersUright

    Something about Jaguars just looks cheap. An XJ next to n S-Class looks poorly made, inside and out. An XF next to an E-class, and XE next to a C-class, etc. The MB’s dont look beautiful, but they look beautifully crafted, and expensive. Same for Audi’s, Lexus, etc. Jaguar, like Alfa’s, seem built much more to Economy car standards by a giant company that makes economy cars normally.

    • Mynameis Taylor

      I agree. The new jags have lost their upmarket sophisticated touch. And don’t get me started on their bland, cheap looking interiors. A fully loaded Kia looks better than a jag on the inside.

      • Knotmyrealname

        Agree, agree, agree. I want to love Jag, but there’s just something about them that says ‘average’, not ‘special’.

  • Bash

    This is very interesting.

  • Mynameis Taylor

    yeah. Sorry. Not working for me

  • Six_Tymes

    If they can keep costs down, no doubt this will be a continued big seller.