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A Jaguar E-Pace; is that just a smaller F-Pace? Essentially yes, although the E-Pace sits on the Range Rover Sport/Evoque platform rather than a bespoke Jaguar skeleton. So it’s pretty heavy - depending on spec, the same as the bigger F, despite being a fair bit smaller. Jaguar jokingly refers to it as the ‘Cub’ to the F-Pace, and you can see the kinship immediately - there’s the familiar Jaguar wide grille and restrained surfacing, though it does appear to be a bit stubby from certain angles. Weirdly, if you put your hand over the bottom half of the car, it looks very pretty on top - lovely window line and all - but then the bottom makes it look a little tubbier. It’s not the most striking or exciting of Jaguar’s product, but it’s largely inoffensive. Certainly no worse than most smaller SUVs. In the bottom corner of the windscreen is a small silhouette of a mummy Jaguar and a little cub following along. I quite liked that, but then, I’m a bit sad.