Since the Nissan Leaf was first introduced in 2010, over 100,000 units have been sold in Japan. To celebrate this milestone, the Japanese automaker has revealed the Nissan Leaf Open Car, an open-top version of its latest electric vehicle.

Unveiled at a forum to discuss the creation of a “zero-emission society” in Tokyo, the vehicle was built purely to be a show car, with no plans to put it into production, unfortunately. Other revisions aside from the targa top include raised rear seating and a two-door body style.

Nissan didn’t reveal a lot in terms of details, but this one-off should feature the same powertrain as a regular Leaf. The electric motor makes 110 kW (148 hp) and 320 Nm, with a high-capacity 40 kWh lithium-ion battery providing up to 378 of operating range on the European cycle to 378 km.

The Leaf is expected to make its way to Malaysia towards the end of Q4 this year, and could make its first public showing at the 2018 Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show (KLIMS 18) in November. Pre-sales of the model is said to follow after that, although pricing has yet to be determined.

The EV would have to be locally assembled in order to qualify for incentives under the current Energy Efficient Vehicle (EEV) scheme, so ETCM would either have to invest in its assembly plants to build the car as a CKD, or work out a deal with the government to avoid a hefty price tag that a CBU electric vehicle would be strapped with.