Jaguar's naming structure is about to get a whole lot more complicated, thanks to the E-Pace, which is not the same as the I-Pace.
Just as theand occupy the midsize range of their respective segments, the E-Pace will act as a compact counterpart to the . Jaguar's first teaser looks at the rear end, which has some sharp lines and taillights that look like they've been plucked right off the XE sedan.
While the name sounds a little futuristic, it's not to be confused with the I-Pace, thethat's still slated for production in 2018. That has not been seen in production guise just yet, whereas the E-Pace will be revealed in full on July 13.
Jaguar's a little light on the details for now, but it says the E-Pace will launch with standard all-wheel drive and a lineup of gas engines from the modular Ingenium family,. It will start at $38,600, which is a few thousand dollars below the cheapest (diesel) F-Pace. We'll know more when it launches in a few weeks.