Jaguar E-Pace Revealed

Fernando Stephens
July 17, 2017

The Jaguar E-Pace set a Guinness world record at its world premiere with a 50-foot long barrel roll jump.

Jaguar has just revealed the E Pace and it looks handsome at the very first sight. It's not often that Guinness World Records are set during the launch of a new vehicle, but moments after the new Jaguar E-Pace was unveiled in London last Thursday, it leapt into the Guinness World Records by making a 15.3m-long jump, complete with a 270º "barrel roll".

Second member in the Jaguar's Pace family - the Jaguar E-Pace has officially been revealed.

When the 2018 Jaguar E-PACE lands locally in the second quarter of next year the range is expected to top out at about $84,000. The jaguar E-Pace launched itself with a 270-degree corkscrew. The stunt that was performed to reveal the Jaguar E-Pace was inspired from Roger Moore's famous twist in James Bond classic.

Well, the nail-biting Barrel Role fete by Jaguar E-Pace has been awarded one of the greatest accolades "The Guinness Book Record" but the launch of Jaguar E-Pace has proved the car's mettle in the segment. If you're thinking of cross-shopping this against the likes of an Audi Q3, BMW X1 or Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class, you'll want to scope out this clip. For the non-First Edition models, you'll pay £50,710 for the P300 R-Dynamic HSE.

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According to the company most of the features will be high across most of the variants.

As far as the engine is concerned, there's either a 2.0 litre diesel with 150, 180 or 240bhp or a 240 or 300bhp petrol with FWD or AWD.

But that headline starting price will only buy you the entry-level E-PAce D150 manual with front-wheel drive.

Jaguar E-Pace supports a 4G wifi hotspot and it can easily support up to eight devices.

It will be priced around 23-24 lakhs when it comes to India in 2017.

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