We’re still exactly two weeks away from the unveiling of the 2018 Nissan Leaf, and already we’ve seen plenty of images and videos teasing the second-generation electric vehicle. The Japanese carmaker has one more image to add to the collection, with a solitary close-up shot of the rear end.

The image shows an L-shaped tail light which, as we’ve seen before, features LED light guides. It is integrated seamlessly into the black tailgate panel that holds the Zero Emissions badge. We can also spot the blacked-out C-pillar that gives the Leaf a “floating roof” look.

Earlier teasers, along with photos of an undisguised Leaf show that the car will have a sleeker, sportier look compared to the bulbous original, with sharp headlights, the trademark V-motion grille, a wedge-shaped profile and a black roof being the prominent exterior cues. Inside, Nissan promises a premium cabin that will offer buyers a “touch more comfort.”

Also confirmed for the EV is the ProPILOT Assist semi-autonomous driving function first introduced on the latest Serena, inclusive of self-parking. The new Leaf will also come with an e-Pedal feature that will allow drivers to speed up and slow down using only the accelerator.