Ford (F) has been teasing its highly anticipated all-electric Mustang-inspired SUV that is set for its public debut on Nov 17. Now, the EV has been spotted with very little camouflage, giving a good glimpse into what buyers can expect from the SUV as well as its Mustang-inspired styling.

The electric SUV, which was caught by a user of MachE Forums, has only been hinted to by Ford with brief videos and images that don’t really provide a good view of the vehicle’s appearance until now. From the images that have been posted on the forum, it is clear to see the details that the SUV takes from the Mustang as promised by Ford.

Visible on the SUV images are Mustang-inspired headlamps, which have a thin appearance to them, a front fascia is installed vs. a standard grille, and the side styling, roofline, and front fenders of the SUV are reminiscent of the muscle car. At the rear of the SUV, tri-bar lights have been placed that also take on the look of the Mustang while the exhaust tip has been eliminated, signaling the vehicle’s electrification.

The images of the SUV have many speculating that it is a crossover rather than an SUV,which, based on the size and shape of the prototype, would be a rival to Tesla’s Model Y, Inside EVs reported. The SUV also has a back hatchback in the images and holds a boxier design that may be refined with the final launch, Electrek reported.

It is expected that Ford will display the electric SUV at the Los Angeles Motor Show, which runs from Nov. 22 to Dec. 1.

Shares of Ford stock were up 0.39% as of 11:56 a.m. EST on Friday.