On the web were photos from the tests of the updated crossover Jaguar E-PaceNovember 13, 2019
British brand engineers continue testing the new version of their subcompact crossover Jaguar E-Pace. Expect to see an updated model in the second half of 2020.
Just a couple of minutes ago, our publication turned out to be “spy” photos, in which the prototype of the updated Jaguar E-Pace crossover is remarkable. A subcompact novelty was spotted somewhere in the British Midlands.
Unfortunately, the test car is covered with a lot of camouflage film, which worsens the consideration of changes in its exterior. However, we can still see that there are no changes in the general shape and proportions of the car, but camouflage film still hints at some changes. The E-Pace is likely to receive a new bumper and grille, as well as, possibly, other headlights.
We assume that the rear light graphics will change. The entire rear bumper, from which the exhaust pipes stick out, is covered with camouflage.
So far, there is no data on what will be under the hood of the British novelty. The Jaguar E-Pace crossover can currently be bought with a 2.0-liter turbo-petrol unit that produces 246 horsepower or 296 hp accordingly, depending on the selected configuration level. A nine-speed automatic transmission delivers power to all four wheels.
The 2021 model year E-Pace crossover will continue to be assembled at the Magna Steyr factory in Graz in Austria, as well as at the JLR automaker’s factory in Changshu in China. Expect to see an updated model by the second half of 2020.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Jaguar released a set of original tools for the E-Type for $ 1,000. The set includes 21 items laid in a branded leather case. The kit is fully consistent with the original kit, which was standard on the Jaguar E-Type until 1971.
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