The E-Pace has a much more rounded aesthetic than the F-Pace, although it incorporates several cues from Jaguar's line-up.
While many of us thought E-Pace will look like a baby F-Pace, it, in fact, took inspiration from the brand's sports vehicle, the F-Type.
But that's going to be for an entry-level FWD, E-Pace.
The big SUV F-Pace was launched one year ago and the next in the lineup is the Jaguar I-Pace electric SUV concept.
As the new vehicle was introduced to onlookers, stunt driver Terry Grant subjected the E-Pace to a 270-degree barrel roll, with a distance of 15.3-metres cementing it as a world record for a corkscrew barrel roll. "Congratulations to Terry and Jaguar for setting another epic Guinness World Records title". "After driving the Jaguar F-PACE in the record-breaking loop-the-loop, it has been awesome to help launch the next chapter of the PACE family in an even more dramatic dynamic feat".
According to Jaguar, this feat demonstrates the "agility, precision and performance" of the newest SUV.
With 25-months of extensive testing in various locations all around the globe, we seen the E-PACE display its full off-road and on-road capabilities.
"This awesome feat really was a sight to behold". The new stunt has been inspired by a famous Roger Moore James Bond scene in Man with the Golden Gun - there the titular 007 character performed a barrel roll in an AMC Hornet.
Pravin Patel was Guinness World Records adjudicator for the performance. The E-Pace will get Jaguar's latest active safety kit that will enable to E-Pace to automatically stop in the city or warn the driver of approaching traffic when pulling out of a tight junction with limited visibility.
Sure, the new E-Pace looks spectacular.
Not surprisingly, the E-Pace follows the same design philosophy which has proven successful in the bigger F-Pace: make it look as much like a sports auto as possible.
This baby is all set to compete with the likes of BMW X1. The E-Pace also gets a sloping roofline at the rear, a styling cue that features on both the F and I-Pace. There is a sportier version that will pump out 296 horsepower and take only 5.9 seconds to go from a standstill to 60 miles per hour. The four driving modes one can choose from include: Normal, Dynamic, ECO and Rain and Ice and Snow. The dashboard is crystal clear with little clutter of any sort.
There's also a grab handle on the passenger side of the centre console, like the F-Type, and part of what Jaguar calls a "wrap-around" cockpit. The gear selector on automatic versions is a conventional stick rather than the rotary version found in Jaguar saloons and the F-Pace.
He said the E-Pace may be a family's only vehicle and that it has been created to cater to those who value connectivity.