For the upcoming Auto Shanghai, Geely will unveil a concept car that previews a future MPV model, a welcome addition to its vehicle range that currently doesn’t include one. To go along with this announcement, the Chinese carmaker has released this teaser image of the concept.

From what we can see, the MPV’s front and rear light clusters will feature a prominent three-line LED signature. Brightening the photo a little reveals a bit more details, namely the floating roof design courtesy of the blacked-out rear pillars and distinct character line over the front (and possibly) the rear wheel arches.

Elsewhere, the concept’s long roofline will be accompanied by B- and C-pillars that appear to seamlessly integrate into the windows, as well as a “kick up” of the window line (with detailing on it).

More information about the Geely MPV concept will be revealed once it debuts at Auto Shanghai, including if it will be put to production. The brand’s previous MPV – the Emgrand EV8 – was powered by a 2.4 litre petrol or a 2.0 litre diesel, mated to either a five-speed manual or six-speed automatic.