The Hyundai Kona Electric is the next vehicle to be introduced by the Korean carmaker, with the electric compact SUV joining its fossil fuel-burning stablemates. Full details of the Kona Electric will only be released on February 27, ahead of the car’s public debut at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show in March.

The new model will go on sale in Europe in summer 2018, and customers will get to choose from two different powertrain versions. Hyundai claims customers will get to enjoy “one of the most powerful electric engines on the market” and class-leading range of almost 470 km. There’s also a mix of connectivity, safety and driving assistance technologies on offer.

In terms of styling, there shouldn’t be a big surprise from a regular Kona. The teaser image shows a different grille design to reflect its zero-emissions characteristic, and previous spyshots reveal some new wheels to go along with it. Other than that, the car will look pretty similar to the standard Kona.