Jaguar’s Latest Baby Is Called E-Pace; Here Is The First Look

Every time the Jaguar E-Pace is out for auto testing, it has always been covered in a variety of artificial plastic body parts in order to hide the actual body. Not until today because Jaguar already revealed the full body look of the E-Pace car. And according to its look, the new Jaguar baby will definitely give fans a much better look than its predecessor. In fact, Ian Callum, the director of design for Jaguar E-Pace said that "the combination of sports car looks with Jaguar performance will ensure that the E-Pace stands out."

The test car in mystery confirms a number of people's suspicions, AutoBlog reported. The rear part of the hatchback car is, indeed, extremely raked since it gives the vehicle a sportier look. Despite the tough design, the 2018 Jaguar E-Pace will surely reduce cargo capacity. And this makes sense since the vehicle we are talking about is a hatch class.

Jaguar E-Pace First Look

The front and rear covers of the 2018 Jaguar E-Pace are also rather exaggerated, and the sides of it are accented by a rising window line that finishes in a pinched-off quarter window. The nose and tail parts of the crossover are pretty standard for a Jaguar vehicle.

In addition, the layout of the grilles, as well as the lights, generally looks the same as the E-Pace's big brother, the F-Pace. The headlights of the hatch car appear to have some sort of light-emitting diode, or most commonly as LED, arrange as there are no clearly defined projector elements.

Jaguar E-Pace Price And Release Date

The real news regarding the 2018 Jaguar E-Pace lies in the press release, which the automaker sent out in concert. As reported by The Drive, the upcoming 2018 version of E-Pace will go on sale as early as 2018, with a starting price of $38,600. All-wheel-drive will be the standard vehicle since the gasoline engines will appear straight from the Jaguar's new Ingenium line of motors.


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