Audi is set to present a new concept at this year’s Auto Shanghai, which it describes as an “automated driving compact car for the megacities of tomorrow.” To go along with the announcement, the German carmaker has released a number of sketches to preview the concept, along with a name: AI:ME.

There’s not much in the way of details for now, but based on what we’re being shown, the concept will have plenty of room on the inside for up to four passengers. Even though the car will be heavily associated with autonomous driving, the cabin still features a steering wheel, albeit one that is rather space age in design.

Other highlights of the interior include a selection of smaller displays, some of which will likely have touch accessibility, as well as a primary widescreen located just ahead of the driver.

As for the exterior, the AI:ME appears to be a hybrid of the Elaine and Aicon autonomous driving concepts from the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, with influences from more recent show cars like the Q4 e-tron and e-tron GT. A boxy but compact people mover is one way we’d described it best.

Aside from being a showcase of Audi’s autonomous driving technology, the AI:ME should also demonstrate the company’s latest artificial intelligence developments, and adopt an all-electric powertrain. We’ll only find out more when it is unveiled in Shanghai later this month.