at this point, it's only a matter of time before Electrics and hybrids are as cheap as gas powered models. But for now, diesel is still the winning engine of choice when it comes to fuel economy and price to run.
The E-Pace isn't too expensive in the States, a starting price of $38,600 not including the $995.00 delivery and destination charge. Which brings it up to $39,595 and still a pretty good deal for what you're getting.
You can definitely try shopping around various dealerships, maybe some farther than expected, and see if they're willing to give you a deal.
It just better not take a lot of time because in most cases you have to see them in person and take time negotiating, doing that a number of times eats up a lot of time. In that case its probably best to wait for year end clear out models, then they get really aggressive.
These days, you can just send out a feeler email and see what they're willing to offer. Maybe even give them a call if need be. But if you can wait until the E-Pace is no longer considered a new model, then that would work as well.
most dealers won't take you seriously unless you see them in person
often they look for little things like what you drove in and some others
for all they know it could be a competing dealer trying to get intel on them