Audi is bringing along several e-tron prototypes to the Geneva Motor Show, in the hopes the public will post photos of the upcoming electric SUV on their social media using the #etron hashtag.

Judging from the teaser image posted on the carmaker’s site, the prototypes will all feature special camouflage like what Audi did for the A8 prior to its debut. We also see part of the vehicle’s body cladding, which doesn’t defer a whole lot from earlier mules spotted.

The e-tron was first previewed by the e-tron quattro concept during the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, which featured a trio of electric motors that made up to 496 hp and 800 Nm of torque.

The concept carried a 96 kWh battery, and was capable of sprinting from 0-100 km/h in 4.6 seconds before hitting a top speed of 210 km/h. That big battery also helps contribute to an all-electric range of over 500 km on a single charge.

The transition from concept will likely see changes to the vehicle’s powertrain as well as its styling. The latter, based on our spyshots, includes slender lighting units and more reserved bumpers as well. The space age interior should also be toned down to more closely relate to the brand’s more recent models as well.

We’ll have to wait for the start of the Geneva Motor Show to see just what these prototypes will look like, and if there’s any additional information from Audi.