The new Jaguar E-Pace has a revised exterior and interior, though the changes are subtle
It takes a keen eye to spot the differences on the outside of the new Jaguar E-Pace when comparing it to the previous MY2020. The grille now has a diamond mesh design with a chrome finish, inspired by the Jaguar heritage logo. It is flanked by new all-LED headlamps and the company’s ‘Double J’ daytime running lights (DLRs), which are also featured on the new XF.
The lower section of the front end features a thin strip of body work running horizontally underneath the central air intake area. It opens out at either end to house a small light section, sitting beneath the larger side air intakes that are now in one piece as opposed to two separate sections on the previous E-Pace.
At the back, the lower bumper has a new mesh area between the tail pipes. It is similar to the shape of the front air intakes, tying the appearance of the front and back together. Additional details are available for buyers of the Black Exterior Pack, including a Gloss Black.
The biggest change inside is the incorporation of a 11.4-inch curved touchscreen positioned in the central section of the dash that, as it did in the previous E-Pace, acts as an extension to the driver area. The touchscreen is used to control the new Pivi Pro infotainment system. It is chemically strengthened with two coatings that help reduce glare and fingerprint marks.
There is also a new shifter, smaller and wider with ’cricket-ball’ stitching, and a new steering wheel with hidden-until-lit switches.