The changes to the E-Pace have been limited to minor design and cosmetic upgrades but have helped to innovate the vehicle. Now the front of the vehicle has a boulder mesh grille with chrome elements.
Also, the large side ducts with chrome fringing are very nice. However, you will not get these Chrome inclusions in the optional Black package. New headlights designed with dual J-blade LEDs are also integrated into the front of the E-Pace.
The interior of the Jaguar E-Pace has also been given cherry modifications, which is welcome. A new center console makes the interior different at first glance.
In its center is an 11.4-inch curved-glass touchscreen. Jaguar’s PV Pro infotainment system includes Google CarPlay, Android Auto from Google and Microsoft Outlook.
The driver will then get a new steering wheel with a dual spoke design. It also comes with a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster. But it is noteworthy that it remains optional.
These include the beautiful Jaguar upholstery tags on the interior of a luxury SUV, and the optional clearer site-like clearer use of the wide-angle rear camera to display scalped contact areas for more amenities, or a high-definition image.
The new model also features a cabin filtration system, updated engine mounts and updated front-suspension attachment points. From a mechanical point of view, the Jaguar E-Pace has not undergone any changes.
The SUV is powered by the same 2.0-liter, four-cylinder, diesel and petrol engines. It is paired with a nine-speed automatic gearbox with a four-wheel drive.
The diesel engine of the Jaguar E-Pace produces 161 bhp while the petrol unit promises 296 bhp of power. In addition to these two, the company is also introducing a new 1.5-liter, three-cylinder, turbocharged petrol engine in the SUV.
It is capable of delivering 158 and 305 bhp of power, respectively, using a mild hybrid setup or plug-in hybrid system.