Watch New Jaguar E-Pace’s Live Debut Right Here

Jaguar is set to pull the wraps off its new baby SUV called the E-Pace tonight, bringing the fight to models like the Mercedes GLA, the BMW X1 and of course its cousin, the Range Rover Evoque.

After all, the new addition in the Jaguar lineup is based on the same platform with both the Evoque and the Land Rover Discovery Sport and will be offered in front- and all-wheel drive versions.

As for the engine range, expect to see the 2,0-liter petrol and diesel units of the Ingenium family, with range-topping models getting a 240PS diesel and a 250PS petrol engine. A six-speed manual gearbox will be offered as standard on lower-powered models, with the eight-speed automatic offered as an option.

Design-wise the new Jaguar E-Pace will draw inspiration from the F-Type and its bigger sibling, the F-Pace. It will certainly be interesting to see how Jaguar will manage to transfer its attractive design language onto a compact SUV.

Stay tuned for the big live reveal of the new Jaguar E-Pace at 3:00PM EST (7:00PM GMT) on the company’s social media channels.

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  • Bob
  • DuDE

    Is it me or does it look more like a lifted Suzuki Swift?

  • Charles Lane

    Really needed a hybrid or all electric version. Hopefully these will be introduced alongside the I-pace later next year

  • Chester Kaufman

    Ginny Buckley is without question or any doubt the highest moment of this event.

    • Six_Tymes

      who is Ginny Buckley?

  • Cut-Rate

    It just doesn’t look up to the standards of Jaguar.

  • Navy P. Morroccan ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    The overall aesthetics of this vehicle is nice without being an overkill; most importantly, it’s unsymmetrical yet stylish with its curves sculptured modestly throughout the vehicle. The sloping roof line first discovered from Nissan is an exceptional match for character with this compact crossover. I think Jaguar can become relevant, again, with new products that are on the horizon.

  • if this was a person… he would look stupid. It’s an insult to the F-type design. As mentionned here, it looks like a Suzuki. God it looks stupid. Mostly because of the headlights.

  • THE EVOQUE IS MUCH SHARPER LOOKING. THIS IS QUITE FRUMPY LOOKING.

    • TheHake

      I LIKE THIS WAY MORE THAN THE EVOQUE!!!!!!!!!!

  • no25

    I like it, but it’s too “cute.” The F-Pace is so aggressive (IMO) compared to this.

  • Six Thousand Times

    No interest in it but they won’t be able to build them fast enough.

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