It took Jaguar longer than many expected to enter the SUV market, but when they eventually did, the F-Pace became a huge success, accounting for more than half of Jaguar’s total sales. It seems fitting then that Jaguar would build on their SUV range and release the F-Pace’s little sister, the E-Pace.
You would have thought that the E-Pace would have inherited a lot of its good looks from the F-Pace and while that’s true to some extent, the E-Pace appears slightly more striking. What’s surprising, is that when you start to draw comparisons, the E-Pace shares more characteristics from the F-Type sports coupe. Take its drawn-out headlights for example. The front of the E-pace has been given a really dynamic look, creating a real sense of speed, even when it's parked kerb side. It strikes you immediately with its muscular wheel arches, even at the entry level trim, which will appeal to those looking for sporty looks that won’t break the bank.