Yesterday Jaguar introduced the next iteration of the E-Pace compact SUV, which it restyled for the 2021 model year.
The 2021 Jaguar E-Pace is available in three trim levels: P250, P250 SE and 300 Sport. The vehicle features a range of design enhancements inside and out. The latest convenience technologies are integrated.
The exterior gets a revised front lower aperture design, Noble Chrome grille tips, F-Type-inspired roofline and side window lines; all-LED head- and tail lights, ”Double J-blade” daytime running lights; side vents with the iconic Jaguar Leaper.
The Black Exterior Pack with bespoke elements in Narvik Black is available as an option for the 2021 model.
Inside, Jaguar enhances connectivity and refinement. There is a curved 11.4-inch HD display whose glass screen is chemically strengthened and has two coatings.
A 12.3-inch HD Interactive Driver Display is optinal. It works in conjunction with the latest-gen full-color TFT Head-up Display.
The cabin features Jaguar’s Pivi Pro7 infotainment system, the JaguarDrive Selector that houses the wireless device charger; hidden-until-lit switches and metal gearshift paddles; Jaguar Leaper on the headrests and “Est. 1935 Jaguar Coventry” upholstery tags; Jaguar animal pattern; driver touchpoints of soft-touch materials; metallic rotary dials; optional 20-inch five-spoke Diamond-turned with Satin Dark Grey accent wheels.
An optional cabin air ionization technology now comes with a filtration system to capture ultrafine particles.
The 2021 E-Pace offers a choice of two 2.0-liter 4-cylinder Ingenium turbo engines with 246 and 296 hp. They come in pair with a 9-speed automatic transmission. The mild hybrid powertrain is available as well.
All-wheel drive with second-gen “Standard Driveline” tech is standard on all models. The 300 Sport trim level offers an exclusive second-generation Active Driveline AWD system.
The 2021 E-Pace features advanced Electronic Vehicle Architecture (EVA 2.0). Significant updates to the chassis architecture improve dynamics, comfort, convenience, reduce vibration and cabin noise.
All E-Pace vehicles have JaguarDrive Control that features manually chosen Comfort, Eco, Dynamic, and Adaptive Surface Response modes.
There are many, inluding:
- optional ClearSight Interior Rear-View Mirror technology;
- standard 3D Surround Camera technology;
- standard Driver Condition Monitor to detect if the driver feels drowsy and to suggest him taking a break;
- optional Adaptive Cruise Control;
- latest dual-SIM technology that enables the infotainment system to carry out multiple functions at the same time;
- advanced software over-the-air connectivity.
U.S. pricing starts at $40,995 for the P250 AWD, $46,095 for the P250 SE, and $49,995 for the 300 Sport.
Every new Jaguar E-Pace comes with Jaguar EliteCare best-in-class ownership package.
The 2021 E-Pace should reach Jaguar dealerships within the next few months.
Source: Jaguar USA