• 2018 Jaguar E-Pace: Spotted in the Wild [Spy Shots]

    2018 Jaguar E-Pace
    The all-new Jaguar E-Pace takes a break from high-altitude testing in Colorado. [photo: Jacob Manzanares]


    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.

    2018 Jaguar E-Pace
    Jaguar’s new E-Pace shares a frame with the Range Rover Evoque and Land Rover Discovery. [photo: Jacob Manzanares]


    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.

    Tell us what you think below.

    2018 Jaguar E-Pace
    The sharp, angular lines of the new Jaguar E-Pace. [photo: Jacob Manzanares]

    Grant Davis
    Grant Davis
    Grant Davis is the Marketing Manager for TFLcar. Since 2006, he's found himself in the driver's seat of a more than 200 cars, trucks, SUVs, motorcycles, and the occasional watercraft as a longtime writer for Outside Magazine/Outside online and other adventure-oriented media. He's based in Denver and has a love/hate relationship with his 11-year-old minivan.

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