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CarsIn Pictures: The New Jaguar E-Pace

In Pictures: The New Jaguar E-Pace

In Pictures: The New Jaguar E-Pace
By Michael Wan
By Michael Wan
May 30, 2018

Following the success of the F-Pace SUV, Jaguar now launches its first compact SUV. It's designed and engineered to be beautiful, clever and fun to drive. According to Ian Callum, design director at Jaguar, "the new E-Pace is the most playful car in Jaguar’s 81-year history."

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Photo: Courtesy of Jaguar
Photo: Courtesy of Jaguar

Power and performance

The new Jaguar E-Pace is an SUV featuring an all-wheel-drive system. It's powered by the 2.0L Ingenium petrol engine with twin-scroll turbocharging. This compact yet energetic SUV can accelerate from 0-100km/h in just 7.0 seconds and on to a top speed of 230km/h.

Photo: Courtesy of Jaguar
Photo: Courtesy of Jaguar

Safety and efficiency

The combined fuel consumption is 7.7 L/100 km. Safety features include Autonomous Emergency Braking and Adaptive Cruise Control.

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Photo: Courtesy of Jaguar
Photo: Courtesy of Jaguar

Complete comfort

Rear passengers will get a real sense of light and space, with more rear legroom than some larger SUVs. Keep an eye out for delightful details, from the small jaguar and cub motif on the windscreen to the Jaguar print on the stowage mat and front seats—all of which adds to the pleasure of owning a Jaguar.

Photo: Courtesy of Jaguar
Photo: Courtesy of Jaguar

Stay connected

The 10-inch Touch Pro tablet allows you to search all of your contacts and music, as well as access vehicle and navigation options. There is a 12.3-inch, fully-configurable TFT and a Head-Up Display. All five passengers have their own USD connectors. For music lovers, a Meridian premium sound system is optional.

Photo: Courtesy of Jaguar
Photo: Courtesy of Jaguar

Innovative extras

Other additional options include the Gesture Tailgate technology and Jaguar’s Activity Key—a security wrist strap for when the smart key would be obtrusive or difficult to keep secure, like when going for a run.

See also: 7 Concept Vehicles That Prove The Future Is Now

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