General Motors hopes to produce 1 million electric cars a year by 2026, which will see the introduction of a long list of new EVs. At yesterday’s Barclays 2017 Global Automotive Conference in New York, GM CEO Mary Barra revealed that within the next 18 months GM will introduce two new Chevy Bolt-based crossovers, with one wearing a Buick badge.

During her presentation Mary Barra also revealed a photo of one of the Bolt-based electric crossovers, which will be offered under the Chevy brand. It’s styling does draw some inspiration from the Bolt, but at the same time it also takes a few cues from the Chevy FNR-X concept that debuted earlier this year at the Shanghai Motor Show.

Other than this single photo we don’t have any other details about the new electric crossover, but it will likely have the same powertrain as the Bolt.