Even though Tesla is facing quite a number of challenges at the moment, the company is pushing forward with its plan to introduce more models in the future. During a recent shareholder meeting, Elon Musk provided more information about the upcoming Model Y, including when we might expect to see it.

This new teaser is one of the main takeaways from the meeting, giving us some idea what the compact crossover might look like. At first glance, it does appear to share a similar profile to the bigger Model X, particularly the large windshield that leads into the roof.

Elsewhere, we see a curvy character line that goes over the wheel arches and blends into the car’s beltline. Based on the first teaser shown, we know the bonnet gently narrows as it approaches the flat nose at the front.

Rumours claim the Model Y is scaled-down Model X riding atop the Model 3’s platform, and this teaser certainly suggests that. The bigger SUV’s falcon doors are also said to make it into the production model but we’ll have to wait and see.

According to Musk, the Model Y would only be unveiled in March 2019, with production said to begin early 2020. This overrides previous reports of an earlier rollout for the Jaguar I-Pace, BMW iX3 and Mercedes-Benz EQC rival.

Aside from the Model Y, Musk also stated that plans for the new Roadster and Semi truck would not be dropped, although revisions to their designs should be expected. Given the Model Y’s timeline, both models should make their debut after 2020.