Volkswagen has teased the upcoming Nivus in a teaser video, with the “Urban Coupe” set to make its debut in 2020. The crossover will ride on the MQB platform, and will first be produced and launched in Brazil before it arrives in Europe later in 2021.

Based on the video, the crossover adopts a coupe-like roofline, with a rakish windscreen that leads to a tailgate-mounted spoiler and rather prominent shoulders. Other highlighted include being triangular fog lamps flanking a large lower intake, sweptback headlamps with integrated LED daytime running lights, as well as wraparound taillights.

The German carmaker has previously said that development of the model was completely done in Brazil, and will combine “sportiness with a high driving position.” Additionally, the Nivus is meant to be a more affordable offering for customers who are looking to buy into the popularity of crossover coupes.

Though there are no specifics, the Nivus for the Brazilian market is said to come with a 1.0 litre TSI engine and front-wheel drive. The mill will reportedly provide 128 PS (126 hp) when paired with a six-speed automatic transmission, with the option of a six-speed manual, albeit with a lower output of 116 PS (114 hp).