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This one sounds like it's a diesel. But here's a spy video posted by motor authority on Youtube.

 

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The E-Pace's exterior resembles the styling of the F-Pace, just scaled down. That means we could be seeing the F-Pace's taillights, tapered roofline, rear end and front facisa on the E-Pace.
 

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That would make me extremely happy, I've always had a big liking of the styling cues they hit. Hopefully we'll also get an SVR edition with more aggressive bumpers too!
 

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Maybe what we're hearing is the Ingenium 2.0 litre 4 cylinder diesel engine, but detuned so it doesn't compete with the base more F-Pace.
 

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I would hope they don't detune it too much... but either way, the diesel would be more geared for Europe and it's not even the engine I have on my radar so I don't mind as it doesn't matter to me lol
 

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The prototype's should have its cover pulled this summer so we can see it fully. Right now the video's angle is showing me a bit more detail from the side profile with the pinched metal going from the front fender to the rear and there seems to be a a raised ridge under that pinched line.
 

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Which is pretty different from the F-Pace as it's very smooth along the sides until you hit the lower portion in the same region the E-Pace above shows.
 

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The E-Pace in that new video shows off a trailer hitch and it's drifting around a snowy track. I'm amazed with how much traction it has where everything looks controlled.
 

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Looks like it was an AWD variant. AWD vehicles in snow allow you to have a lot of fun but they are extremely forgiving as they correct without much effort at all.
 

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When it comes to size and proportions this seems all too similar to the Evoque, but that might not be a bad thing since for all we know all the Evoque needed was sporty DNA. Now that will make sales of the E-Pace vs Evoque an interesting comparo. Evoque has been losing in buyer interest.
 

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That's because the Evoque's design hasn't really changed much over the years while Jaguar's new E-Pace is sporting a fresh look. And the F-Pace set the precedence for the brand's future models. They may not be as powerful as the F-Pace, but the brand's name if out there and people are more aware of it.
 

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Size and proportions are similar to everything in it's segment. That's a normal thing in my opinion. It's the features and design that really makes the difference and impact and they have that on point.
 
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