All versions of the E-Pace come with a 10in touchscreen infotainment system that Jaguar calls Touch Pro. It’s relatively snappy to respond when you prod it, the graphics are sharp and the interface reasonably easy to get your head around.
Mind you, some of the icons are small so can be a bit tricky to hit with any degree of confidence on the move. And there’s no doubt that the infotainment system in the X1, which utilises a rotary controller instead of a touchscreen, is much less distracting.
You get a DAB radio, Bluetooth and a couple of USB sockets as standard, along with a relatively weedy 125W sound system. Upgrade to S trim and you’ll also get sat-nav, while SE models get a punchier 380W Meridian sound system. Options include an even more powerful 825W sound system and a TV, although it’s a real pity that you can’t add Apple CarPlay or Android Auto smartphone mirroring.