For this year’s Tokyo Motor Show, Mitsubishi will present a small plug-in hybrid SUV concept, which it says “pulls together the company’s electrification and all-wheel drive control expertise and technologies.”

Unsurprisingly, there’s isn’t a lot to go on here, with Mitsubishi adding that the show car will have a downsized PHEV drivetrain, as well as an electric 4WD system that allows it to deliver “unparalleled driving pleasure and confidence over all terrain in light and wind.”

To go along with the announcement, there’s also a teaser image of the concept’s rear quarter design, revealing a boxy shape with a split roof styling. We also get to see carbon-fibre trim on each of the “humps,” along with four circular elements that could be associated with the car’s cooling system.

Nestled between these items is a window that provides a glimpse of what is likely an aspect of the concept’s powertrain. We’ll only know more about the unnamed vehicle when it is presented in Tokyo later in October.