Jaguar's latest crossover has been photographed by KGP Photography and this time it seems to be going through a daily use test, where the trunk is loaded with whatever the average owner throws back there and they managed to get a pretty clear shot of the cabin area as well.
With its rising popularity, the SUV and crossover segments are where the money is made and so far the F-Pace has been helping Jaguar keep their lights on. Riding the wave is the upcoming E-Pace with an all-electric variant to follow. So far, we've seen spy shots of the camouflaged crossover being test driven on track and now we're seeing a right-hand-drive mule being used as a daily driver.
These spy shots gives us a clear look at how the E-Pace's lift gate opens. Compared to other crossovers with tailgate openings that encroaches into the rear quarters, the E-Pace employs a rounded-off liftgate. When fully opened, the gate seems to sit pretty high up so there's no need to bend too much when loading/unloading cargo.
A look into the cabin doesn't yield much as most of the dash and interior panels are covered by black material, but we do see a joystick shifter instead of a pop-up rotary gear selector, which seems to be more and more common in the Jaguar and Land Rover lineups.
Jaguar should be debuting the E-Pace this summer with its winter sale date approaching.