2021 Jaguar E-Pace Specifications

By | December 30, 2020

The 2021 Jaguar E-Pace is a small, entry-level luxury SUV. After three years in production, Jaguar offers a stylistic update, although a keen observer is required to see most of them. From the outside, the new double-bladed daytime running lights are the main difference.

Here, too, it is offered in three unique trim levels that appeal to a range of tastes and of course budgets. Jaguar knows that e-pace tends to attract younger buyers and that its main goal is to keep those customers for years to come. Even so, e-pace has to be impressive.


The new E-Pace looks very identical to the outgoing model from the side and from the back. However, on closer inspection you will see a new silver trim on the front door and a redesigned plastic mesh between the rear exhaust pipes. You can purchase the optional Black Pack which gives E-Pace some darkened badges instead of the standard Autochrome.

The car has a very similar front grille and bumper design, although there is a new plastic frame for each air intake under the headlights. The lamp itself is equipped with LED innards so you no longer have to worry about replacing a burned out lightbulb.


Jaguar hasn’t made any significant changes to the interior of the new E-Pace. But it has given it a luxurious new technological spark. The biggest change is the new 11.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system. It’s almost 50% bigger than the old car screen and comes with the latest Pivi Pro Jaguar software that comes standard with Apple CarPlay and Android auto smartphone mirroring.

The interior also has a new, smaller gear selector switch as well as an available digital 12.3-inch instrument cluster and a color head-up display. The instrument cluster is fully configurable and can display a full screen navigation map with turn-by-turn directions.


The E-Pace has a turbocharged four-cylinder drive train. The P250 makes 246 horsepower, and the P300 offers another lightweight hybrid system and 50 horses for a total of 296 horsepower. Both engines use a nine-speed automatic transmission, which, according to us, takes a long time to downshift. At least the exhaust made a growl at higher speeds.

The 2021 Jaguar E-Pace is heavier than some of its competitors with a turbo four engine, which contributes to slower acceleration times. While every E-Pace has considerable all-wheel drive and towing capability, only the P300 Sport has torque vector technology for better handling.


The 2021 Jaguar E-Pace will have an MSRP starting at $ 40,995, while the P250 SE will start at $ 46,095 and the 300 Sport will start at $ 49,995. The cheapest E-Pace 2021 is only $ 1,045 more expensive than the base model from last year. All new E-Pace SUVs come with Jaguar’s 5 year / 60,000 mile limited warranty and free scheduled maintenance.


Engine2.0-liter Turbo Inline-4 Gas
Horsepower246 hp @ 5500 rpm
Torque269 lb-ft @ 1350 rpm
Transmission9-Speed Automatic
DrivetrainAll-Wheel Drive
Front SuspensionStrut
Rear SuspensionMulti-Link
Fuel Tank Capacity17.7 gallons
Length173 in
Height64.9 in
Max Width74.7 in
Front Width64 in
Rear Width65.1 in
Wheelbase105.6 in
Seating Capacity5 seater
Curb Weight3,925 lbs

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