Wherever you need to go, whatever you need to take, E‑PACE is designed to carry you and your passengers effortlessly, comfortably – and most importantly, safely.
For optimum safety, E‑PACE has been engineered to include a suite of features not only to protect you and your passengers, but to actively help prevent accidents from happening. Far more than the sum of their parts, E‑PACE's driver assistance systems work together to make driving easier and safer.
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Optional Matrix LED headlights enable Intelligent High Beam Assist (IHBA) and Adaptive Front Lighting (AFL). By splitting the main beam into imperceptible vertical strips, the IHBA maximises the number of high beam sections around oncoming traffic for ultimate visibility, while casting a shadow in front of oncoming vehicles to prevent dazzling and for optimum safety. Animated Directional Indicators help reduce the time it takes other road users to recognise your intended direction of travel.
In the event of a collision sensors in the bumper trigger a hidden airbag under the bonnet. This pops up the bonnet, deploying an exterior airbag to protect pedestrians or cyclists from contact with the windscreen.
Jaguar’s first compact SUV is a unique combination of striking looks, agility and dynamic driving. Create your perfect E‑PACE with our configurator.
1Standard on HSE Specification Pack. Only available when optional Keyless Entry is fitted.
2Only available when optional auto-dimming power fold door mirrors are fitted.
3Included within HSE Specification Pack or optional. Only available when optional auto-dimming power fold door mirrors are fitted. Automatic transmission only.
4Included within SE and HSE Specification Packs or optional.
All in-car features should be used by drivers only when safe for them to do so. Drivers must ensure they are in full control of the vehicle at all times