Jaguar presents its newest gift to the world
Jaguar's new compact SUV E-Pace chose to go for an off-beat launch as it took to the ramps and pulled off an exemplary start, with a record-breaking 15.3m jump packed with a 270-degree bond-style barrel rotation, securing a place in the Guiness book of world records in the process in its London premier last week.
The British brand's styling and interior designing is a powerful combo of features shared with the two big Jaguar F models - the sleek F-Type and the F-pace SUV; short overhangs and powerful haunches, a sweeping roofline, sturdy muscular panels and a remarkable Jag grille makes the E-pace a temptation hard to resist for car-lovers.
To be created on the same platform as the Range Rover Evoque, this smaller sibling of Jaguar F-pace will be giving head on competition to the likes of the BMW and Audi. E-pace would contain the same equipment as the Land Rover Discovery, but the new offer, compared to its rivals, boasts of bringing far more elbowroom and class onboard.