Honda has officially announced the next-generation Odyssey will make its debut at the 2017 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit on January 9. To go along with the announcement, the company also released this teaser sketch that provides an inkling as to what the MPV will look like.

Keep in mind that the Odyssey referred to here is the model sold in the United States (currently in its fourth-generation), which differs from the Japanese domestic market (JDM) version. The latter is already in its fifth-generation, and is the same one offered by Honda Malaysia here.

According to the company, the Odyssey “has been completely redesigned and will feature new powertrain technology, sophisticated styling and showcase a new suite of innovative features.” Turbocharging will likely be part of this overhaul, as seen on the latest CR-V SUV, which packs a 1.5 litre turbo direct injection four-cylinder petrol engine (190 hp/243 Nm).

Based on the sole sketch released, the MPV appears to adopt a lower and wider stance than before, with a few notable highlights including a “floating roof” design, large C-shaped taillights joined by a chrome trim, and a prominent character line that flows from the top of the front wheels down the sides.

More info about the new US-market Odyssey will be released when the model makes its debut in Detroit next year, so stay tuned.