2018 Jaguar E-Pace Review: Photo Gallery

CARS.COM — “Honey, I shrunk the F-Pace!” exclaimed a Jaguar engineer, before being asked not to refer to a co-worker as “honey.” The all-new 2018 Jaguar E-Pace is Jaguar’s attempt to take the successful F-Pace SUV and shrink it down to compete with smaller offerings from its German rivals like the BMW X3, Audi Q5 and Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class.

Related: 2018 Jaguar E-Pace Preview

The E-Pace shares its larger sibling’s looks, including the aggressive grille, sloping roofline, and short front and rear overhangs. The E-Pace will be available with a body-colored roof, a black contrast roof or a fixed-glass panoramic roof. Wheel choices are standard 18-inch wheels or optional 21-inch alloy wheels. A variety of colors are available, including a First Edition-only Caldera Red. Opting for the sportier R-Dynamic trim gives you a more aggressive-looking SUV with a unique front bumper, trim-specific foglights and a satin-chrome grille. It will also give you an extra 50 horsepower from the turbocharged 2.0-liter engine (up to 296 hp from other trim levels’ 246 hp).

Inside, occupants will experience a cabin Jaguar claims to be inspired by the F-Type sports car. Satin-chrome and metal-finish materials join leather seats and surfaces to create an upscale interior, while R-Dynamic models add brighter colors, contrast stitching and sport seats for a sportier feel.

The standout feature in the interior is Jaguar’s new InControl Touch Pro multimedia system. A 10-inch touchscreen with pinch-and-zoom functionality centralizes many controls for the E-Pace, including audio and navigation, but climate controls are still operated via traditional knobs and dials. The driver gets a configurable 12.3-inch TFT screen for gauges, as well as a color head-up display.

Check out the gallery above for more of the all-new 2018 Jaguar E-Pace.


Shop the 2017 Jaguar F-PACE near you

2017 Jaguar F-PACE 35t Premium
81,210 mi.
2017 Jaguar F-PACE S
57,678 mi.
$24,500 $500 price drop



Photo of Brian Normile
Road Test Editor Brian Normile joined the automotive industry and in 2013, and he became part of the Editorial staff in 2014. Brian spent his childhood devouring every car magazine he got his hands on — not literally, eventually — and now reviews and tests vehicles to help consumers make informed choices. Someday, Brian hopes to learn what to do with his hands when he’s reviewing a car on camera. He would daily-drive an Alfa Romeo 4C if he could. Email Brian Normile

Latest expert reviews