The interiors of the upcoming Jaguar E-Pace electric crossover have been spotted in production guise. This is the first in a range of electric powered cars being produced by the British automaker and will be officially launched later this year.
As is the case with all of Jaguar’s current models, the interior is a combination of parts from various cars in the Jaguar stable. Despite the heavy covering on the dashboard, familiar bits are quite visible like the start-stop button, stalks, steering wheel and even the buttons on the wheel. However, Jaguar seems to have ditched the dramatic rotary gear knob in favour of a conventional lever - a possible indication of the change in design from the automaker for the electric range.
The E-Pace as the concept car and photos of test vehicles indicate will be a five-seater and be offered with an electric drive train. We also believe that the I-Pace will be offered with a hybrid powertrain at a later date.