The first real photos of Ford’s (F) 2020 Bronco 4x4 have surfaced, showing the SUV in all its off-road glory. The highly-anticipated vehicle was captured during snow testing and revealed some new details about the SUV.

Road and Track captured the 4x4 in action, showing that it truly resembles the Bronco R Baja race model that was seen late last year. The SUV clearly has an off-road styling to it with a rugged and durable appearance and most likely performance.

Ford has said that it pulled from the Bronco R Baja model to build the consumer-based Bronco 4x4, so it does account for the resemblance. But it was difficult to determine exactly what delivery of the new SUV will offer as this test model was camouflaged to hide a good majority of its appearance.

The news outlet was quick to point out that the new Bronco is a departure from Ford’s current lineup and displays a different look than what was seen in the recent Ford teaser video with a boxier design that some of the automaker’s competitors have used in similar vehicle models.

Reportedly, the 2020 Bronco will be powered by the same engine as Ford’s Ranger pickup truck – a 2.3 liter four-cylinder inline Ecoboost powertrain that is mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission. There is also thought that the Bronco will be offered in a hybrid version, Road and Track reported.

Previously, information was leaked on the headlight design, and rumors have circulated that the Bronco will have removable doors, but there is no word if this speculation is true as Ford has kept a tight wrap on the 4x4, revealing little to nothing about its debut in spring 2020.

Shares of Ford stock were down 0.59% as of 1:09 p.m. EST on Wednesday.