Jaguar was hoping that the E-Pace would do better but it looks like the consumers are just not getting it.
It was reported that Jaguar only managed to sell 3716 units of the Jaguar E-Pace in October which is pretty low but maybe the new facelift would breathe some life into the vehicle?
The Jaguar E-Pace was spotted getting tested out in the open with some heavy camo on. We also got to see the updated headlights and possibly even an updated bumper in the front. More changes were made in the back with new taillights and more.
Based on what the XE got, we might also see the E-Pace come with a new steering wheel, 12.3inch digital instrument cluster and the Touch Pro Duo infotainment system as well. Other upgrades like the revised switchgear, high-quality materials, and new shifter could also be seen.
No word on whether the engine will remain the same or not.