Buick will soon launch two new vehicles for the Chinese market, and the brand has released the first teaser image for the pair. Called the Velite 6, Buick said the vehicle will arrive as a plug-in hybrid and an all-electric car.

Without giving away many details, Buick said the cars will tap into China’s growing appetite for zero-emission vehicles, or new-energy vehicles, as the country refers to them.

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The Velite 6 plug-in or Velite 6 EV will likely share technology and platforms with General Motors’ two other prominent electrified offerings, the Chevrolet Volt and Chevrolet Bolt EV, as the Velite 5 was Volt-based. Buick’s announcement said the plug-in hybrid will boast a “high-performance” hybrid powertrain, while the Velite 6 EV will pack a new battery-electric powertrain.

Both vehicles will fall into Buick China’s “Buick Blue” strategy, which skews towards zero-emission vehicles. Previously, the brand announced two new small-displacement internal-combustion engines for China and extended-range electric vehicle technology. The latter should provide up to 62 miles of electric range, while a gasoline-powered engine adds 435 miles.

Judging by the teaser image, the Velite 6 plug-in and EV look to take a hatchback form, which seems quite likely. After all, Buick first used the “Velite” name in China on the Velite concept. The concept vehicle debuted at the 2016 Guangzhou Auto Show and the brand deemed the concept a harbinger for the Buick Blue strategy.

The brand did not provide a timeline for either cars’ debut, but when they do arrive, they will join the Buick Velite 5, a rebadged Chevy Volt, and Buick LaCrosse Hybrid in the country.