Electric car manufacturer Tesla Motors plans to unveil a new vehicle called the Model X. The company has shared a dark teaser photo accompanied by the tagline "Utility meets performance", which leads us to believe the Model X will be an all-electric SUV. Tesla will reveal the car Thursday, February 9, in California.

We don’t really know anything about the Model X, although lightening the teaser image with Photoshop reveals a curved hooded, sloping roofline, and oval front grille opening. The Model X’s lines are reminiscent of those found on the company’s forthcoming Model S large hatchback. Furthermore, Tesla CEO Elon Musk wrote on his Twitter feed that, “Most cars are pretty blah. This is not.”

As with the company’s Lotus-based Roadster and long-awaited Model S, we expect the Model X to use a proprietary all-electric powertrain developed by Tesla. This won’t be the first time Tesla has dabbled with building an SUV: the company previously partnered with Toyota to build an electrified RAV4.

Sources: Tesla, Twitter