"Just to piss me off, Jaguar held its press event on the island of Corsica, a land of gut-twisting mountain roads with Neverland drop-offs. In these tight twisties the E-Pace sometimes handled like two cars. Cornering under braking or with its lagging throttle, the E-Pace tended to sink at the nose, grip strongly then scrub benignly and push wide -- no surprise, considering. But when I squeezed the throttle mid-corner the car suddenly freed up and went neutral, raising its nose and tightening its line with a gust of asymmetrically applied torque to the rear outside. Interesting. More of that, please."
"The test route took in a boulder-strewn trail and a water crossing that demonstrated, rather alarmingly, the E-Pace's wading depth of more than 10 inches. All effortlessly negotiated. But, seriously, fording streams in your leased luxury crossover is never a good idea."
-- Dan Neil, The Wall Street Journal