Honda will be showing off the next stage of its ‘Electric Vision‘ electrification plan for its European vehicle range at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show next month. The brand is set to unveil a study called the Urban EV Concept, and has released a solitary teaser image that of what looks to be a charging readout on the front grille.

The concept will provide a glimpse of a future production model, which will be Honda’s first EV model for the Continent. Speculation is that the vehicle will be a small, city car-sized offering.

Earlier this year, the automaker showed its New Electric Urban Vehicle (NeuV) concept at the 2017 CES in Las Vegas, and it could well be that the upcoming Urban EV Concept will display more realistic series styling overtones.

Honda NeuV electric vehicle concept, 2017 CES.

No technical details of the study’s powertrain as of yet. The CES study featured a 55 kW (73 hp) electric motor and a 20 kWh battery pack that draws power from a 6.6 kW bi-directional inductive wireless charger, with operating range said to be in the 161 km to 322 km zone.

Back in March, the company stated that it aims to have hybrid, plug-in hybrid, battery electric and fuel cell vehicles making up two thirds of its European model line-up by 2025, with the push being driven initially by hybrid tech.