The BMW Concept iX3 will make its debut at the Beijing Motor Show later this week, with the German automaker releasing a teaser video ahead of the all-electric show car’s arrival.

In the short clip, we are first shown the kidney grilles of the current G01 X3, followed immediately by the one on the Concept iX3. As you can see, the latter is a single-piece unit that is reminiscent of what you saw with the i Vision Dynamics concept, and is likely a trademark look for upcoming BMW i models.

According to previous spyshots, the production version of the Concept iX3 could be based on the X3, albeit with their own unique styling cues. The mules that were sighted lacked exhaust tips and had charging ports, but looked largely identical to the standard X3.

For now, details about the concept’s electric powertrain remain a secret, although it is already known the iX3 will be a “Gen 4 battery electric vehicle” like the upcoming MINI EV. While the concept is set to debut very soon, the production version won’t be out before 2020. Other BMW i models in the works include the iNEXT in 2021 and i4 after that.

GALLERY: BMW iX3 spyshots