Jaguar is testing an updated crossover E-PaceFebruary 28, 2020
The tests saw a prototype of the British crossover Jaguar E-Pace. Due to the rather dense camouflage, it is quite difficult to discern any changes in the appearance of the new item. It is known that the presentation of the updated Jaguar E-Pace will be held this year.
Jaguar’s premium British E-Pace crossover, which uses classic internal combustion engines, will be updated soon. Foreign journalists captured a disguised prototype of the model, which is going through a series of winter trials. But do not let the plentiful camouflage fool you – the appearance of the updated E-Pace will receive only minor changes.
Black and white camouflage hides the updated body of the E-Pace, although it is still not difficult to guess that it will be much like the current car.
Significant updates will be made to the front and rear of the car, the rest of the crossover will remain largely unchanged. You can expect the appearance of a new grille, updated headlights (their graphics may change).
A similar story is in the back of the car. There may be changes in the taillights, a redesigned bumper may appear – especially where the diffuser and bumper meet each other. We must pay tribute to the company’s engineers, camouflage reliably hides all the changes. Jaguar can make minor changes to the interior – an updated infotainment system, large screens and a small “redevelopment”. But overall, the interior will be much like the current E-Pace.
The composition of the engine range of the updated E-Pace is unlikely to change. This means that the current 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine is 246 or 296 hp. will continue to be available. It is combined with an “automatic” in 9 gears and four-wheel drive.
We do not expect Jaguar to feature an updated E-Pace until the second half of this year. The crossover will go on sale as a novelty in the 2021 model year.
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