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The Jaguar E-Pace gets a revamp

28th October 2020 | Steve Lumley

The refreshed Jaguar E-Pace delivers impressive new looks, and there's a plug-in hybrid choice for the first time.

 

With its enhanced exterior and interior, there's a lot to like about the revamped Jaguar E-Pace.

There's also a new plug-in hybrid model available which is mated to a three-cylinder petrol engine to deliver an all-electric range of 34 miles.

And with emissions of 44g/km, the E-Pace is a sound choice for company contract hire drivers wanting a low Benefit-in-Kind (BiK) rate.

Jaguar has also added its latest Pivi Pro Infotainment system, so the E-Pace is now more connected and refined than it has been before.

It helps too that the system offers ‘software over the air’ updates to ensure the system always delivers the best performance.

A new P300e PHEV engine

There's a new P300e PHEV 1.5-litre petrol engine that combines with an 80kW motor on the rear axle to deliver power. Fuel economy for this model is an impressive 141mpg.

The interior is also an excellent place to spend time with more refinement and luxury.

There's a new 11.4-inch curved glass HD display in the middle of the dashboard for controlling the infotainment system.

The E-Pace also gets a 12.3-inch interactive driver display that offers better graphics with a configurable layout to access the satnav mapping.

Latest generation of their TFT display

Jaguar has fitted its latest generation of its TFT display which contains more information and brighter resolution.

The E-Pace cabin has seen some tweaks so it becomes more driver-focused and any items used by the driver are now wrapped with soft touch materials.

There's also a new drive selector for the driving modes, and there are metallic vent and speaker finishes.

Jaguar has also added a new steering wheel to the E-Pace, it is similar to the one used in the all-electric I-Pace SUV with metal paddles and switches that are dim until lit.

Diesel and petrol engines for the Jaguar E-Pace

There’s a choice of diesel and petrol engines for the Jaguar E-Pace and all are mated to a nine-speed automatic gearbox, the only six-speed manual choice is for the entry-level diesel 2.0-litre engine producing 163 PS.

The range-topping E Pace is the 300 Sport that will sprint from 0 to 62 mph in 6.6 seconds using a petrol engine producing 300 PS.

There's a lot to like about the refreshed Jaguar E-Pace, and this is an SUV with style and comfort for drivers to enjoy - it's also a great car leasing vehicle to impress.

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