It was a busy time for Audi at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, with the reveal of the AI:Trail Quattro Concept and the new RS7. In the midst of all that, the company also took time to tease the e-tron Sportback, which will be making its global debut later this year at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

First previewed by the a similarly-named concept in 2017, the e-tron Sportback will follow in the footsteps of regular e-tron SUV but with a more coupe-like appearance. Based on the teaser images, the e-tron Sportback will have an identical front end as the e-tron, with a more dramatic roofline that leads into a small tailgate lip spoiler.

Although Audi has yet to provide technical specifications of its upcoming electric vehicle, the e-tron Sportback should carry over the same powertrain. On the e-tron, this consists of two electric motors (one on each axle) that provides a total of 355 hp (265 kW) and 561 Nm of torque, with a boost mode that temporarily increases output to 402 hp (300 kW) and 664 Nm.

In terms of performance, the 0-100 km/h sprint will take 6.6 seconds, or 5.7 seconds when boost mode is engaged. Other details to be expected include a 95-kWh lithium-ion battery powering the e-motors, with charging options including an 11-kW or 22-kW home AC charging with a Type 2 connector, or 150-kW DC fast charging via the Combined Charging System (CCS) standard.

More information will be provided later on, and the company has also confirmed it will reveal two other EVs by the end of 2020, including production version of the e-tron GT and Q4 e-tron concepts.

GALLERY: Audi e-tron Sportback concept