While Ford (F) has teased of its upcoming Mustang-inspired electric crossover, the Mach E, the look of the vehicle remains a mystery until now. Photos have been captured of the electric vehicle being reportedly tested in Michigan.

The crossover is heavily cloaked in the photos to keep its identity under wraps, but some details have emerged that give clues into the design of the EV. The grille of the Mach E is visible through the mesh of the camouflage, giving way to the Mustang looking hood edge that is also reminiscent of the popular car, Car and Driver reported.

While the roofline of the car has been obscured by heavy additions to the rear of the Mach E, it is thought that the car will have the look of a coupe with sharply raked rear glass, the news outlet said. In a previous teaser photo from Ford, the Mach E’s taillights were displayed with three vertical bars, which is also a similar design to the Mustang’s.

The electric crossover also looks to have a low and wide stance in the photos, which is difficult to determine at this point based on the coverings that were placed on the vehicle to hide its shape.

The Mach E is also expected to produce a combined horsepower of at least 300 with an electric motor at each axle and a 300-mile driving range on a single charge, Car and Driver reported. To meet this requirement, it is estimated that Ford will integrate a 100-kWh battery pack into the vehicle, the news outlet said.

According to Ford, the Mach E will be relatively affordable, which could put it in the price range of about $40,000. The EV is reportedly expected to arrive in 2020 as a 2021 model.

Shares of Ford stock were up 0.06 percent as of 3:36 p.m. ET on Thursday.