At the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, Aston Martin has announced it will unveil the Lagonda All-Terrain Concept, which previews the brand’s first production model.

To go along with the announcement, the British carmaker also provided this teaser image depicting a rather low-slung SUV with large wheels, a sculpted bonnet and tiny side cameras. There’s also a cue present on last year’s Lagonda Vision Concept – the wide trim piece that frames the Lagonda badge in the middle.

As we’ve already known, the Lagonda vehicle will be an electric vehicle, although details about the powertrain have yet to be revealed. However, the company claims the use of a zero emission platform allows for better space efficiency.

The production version of the concept will be built at Aston Martin’s upcoming St Athan plant, and is expected to arrive by 2021. The facility is also responsible for building Aston Martin’s first SUV, the DBX, in late 2019.