Hyundai has revealed its new Prius-competitive hybrid before its official reveal at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

The Hyundai Ioniq will be available in three different versions: all electric, plug-in hybrid and standard hybrid, each with its own unique styling.

The Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid and Ioniq Hybrid will both use the same 1.6-liter direct-injection four-cylinder engine, mated to a six-speed dual-clutch transmission. The hybrid models gets a 1.56 kwh lithium-ion-polymer battery and electric motor for a total system output of 139 horsepower and 195 pounds-feet of torque, permitting a top speed of 114 mph.

Opting for the plug-in hybrid model brings a larger 8.9 kwh lithium-ion battery pack which allows the car to travel roughly 31 miles on electricity alone, though this distance will be less under U.S. EPA certification.

The Ioniq Hybrid is said to target CO2 emissions of 79 g/km, which is slightly higher than the 2016 Prius’ 70g/km rating.

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Opting for the Ioniq Electric brings a 28-kwh lithium-ion-polymer battery pack which Hyundai says will drive the car over 155 miles on a single charge – again, likely to be much lower under EPA which rates a 30-kwh Nissan Leaf at 107 miles.

Total output for the electric motor is 118 horsepower and 217 pounds-feet of torque, driving the car up to a top speed of 102 mph.

Inside all three cars, you will find a seven-inch touchscreen in the center stack that runs Apple CarPlay and Android Auto along with wireless charging for a cellphone. A whole suite of safety systems, including autonomous emergency braking, blind spot detection, rear cross traffic alert, adaptive cruise control and lane keep assist will all be available.

While some of the design elements differ, all three versions of the car match the Prius’ 0.24 Cd value thanks to their overall shape and design. Hybrid and plug-in models will get blue accents, while the all-electric version will get exclusive copper colored accents.

This article originally appeared at AutoGuide.com