With the launch of Ford’s (F) Mustang-inspired all-electric SUV set to be revealed by the end of 2019, the company has released a teaser video that gives a little more insight into what to expect from the yet to be named crossover.

Ford announced it was working on the SUV over a year ago, and glimpses of a prototype have been caught during testing. Many of the details on the SUV have been heavily guarded by Ford, with only clues about a possible 300-mile driving range.

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According to the video, the new EV takes the driving experience from Ford’s Mustang models and packages it into the SUV, which may or may not use similar components. Engineers at Ford explained that they tune the SUV using 3D simulators to hone in on the characteristics of the Mustang that they are looking to achieve with the all-electric vehicle.

Other similarities to the Mustang remain to be seen, but it is thought that styling will encompass some of this muscle car’s features. It is clear from the video that the vehicle will have an infotainment system screen on top of the dashboard rather than a traditional placement on the center console assembly that most Ford vehicles are being developed with.

Ford is positioning the SUV as a direct rival to Tesla’s Model Y, which the automaker has said will be in dealer showrooms at the same time - in Fall of 2020. The EV is also expected to be unveiled at the Los Angeles International Auto Show in November.

Shares of Ford stock were up 0.06 percent as of 2:16 p.m. ET on Thursday.

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Ford Motor Co. (NYSE:F) opened its fourth automobile assembly plant Friday in China, as it seeks to expand its presence in the country. REUTERS