CAUGHT IN THE WILD: JAGUAR E-PACE
TFLcar reader Jacob Manzanares caught a couple of Jaguar’s latest crossovers, the E-Pace, parked in the remote southwestern Colorado town of Pagosa Springs, far from the usual TFLcar prototype hunting grounds at high-altitudes closer to Denver. Could this mean Jaguar has the E-Pace almost ready to go into production? Likely as reports peg the vehicle to go on sale later this summer.
ANOTHER JAGUAR CROSSOVER, WHY?
Why not? For Jaguar adding the compact crossover likely can’t come soon enough. The bigger F-Pace, only out a year, is currently a smash hit for Jaguar. Adding to the smaller crossover to the family should boost Jaguar’s unit sales considerably around the world.
The E-Pace goes on sale as either a front-wheel drive or AWD vehicle with a six-speed manual available (whether the U.S. gets that manual remains to be seen) or an 8-speed automatic. Jaguar’s newest crossover will share its foundation and possibly its factory with the Range Rover Evoque and Land Rover Discovery Sport, the two top-selling vehicles in the RR/LR lineup.
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