The Jaguar E-Pace has been spotted again, this time wearing its production body unlike previously, where it wore Range Rover Evoque overalls. The E-Pace will be the brand’s second SUV, and will slot in under the larger F-Pace, hence the suggested name.

Despite the camouflage applied on this prototype, many of the F-Pace’s design cues appear to be adopted by the Evoque-sized SUV, which will ride on same LR-MS platform used by the new Land Rover Discovery Sport.

As such, the E-Pace will have Jaguar Land Rover’s (JLR) range of Ingenium petrol and diesel engines to choose from, paired with a ZF-sourced nine-speed automatic transmission. Front- and all-wheel drive models will most likely be offered, with the possibility of an all-electric version joining the line-up in the future.

Exterior highlights visible here include a rectangular-shaped front grille, slim headlamps and taillights and a five-door body. Elsewhere, we see a high shoulder line, steeply-raked rear windscreen like its larger sibling and some pretty sizeable alloy wheels.

When it finally debuts (likely at the end of 2017 or early next year), the E-Pace will look to take on the likes of the Audi Q3, BMW X1 and Mercedes-Benz GLA. The E-Pace isn’t the only SUV that Jaguar is working on, as the all-electric I-Pace is also in its pipeline, first previewed at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show.