According to Automobile Magazine, Jaguar is in the midst of developing its very first all-electric vehicle which will take the form of a small crossover dubbed the E-Pace.
The publication reports that the Jaguar E-Pace will be made by Magna Steyr in Austria and become just the latest all-electric SUVs/crossovers following the Tesla Model X and Audi Q6. It is suggested that the E-Pace will have a drag coefficient of just 0.28 which will be achieved thanks to a selection of active and passive aerodynamics. If such a figure is reached, it will be one of the world’s most aerodynamically efficient crossovers.
Further details about the car are limited but it will apparently make use of a steeply raked windscreen as well as sleek rear end. It seems inevitable that it will take inspiration from the F-Pace in its design meaning we can expect similar F-Type-esque headlights and taillights. It seems likely that the E-Pace will be similar in size to the Range Rover Evoque.