The Chevrolet Bolt is already taking on production form and was spied in camouflage while out testing.

After a surprise debut at this year’s Detroit Auto Show, Chevrolet has moved quickly to transform its Bolt from concept to reality. As copyrighted photos show, spy photographers have caught the Chevrolet Bolt in its early testing stages, riding on the American automaker’s Global Gamma chassis.

Currently General Motors is staying tight lipped on many details, has not actually confirmed it will be a 2017 model year or divulged what batteries it will use, but it has been reported that Chevy will turn to layered lithium units from LG Chem.

The new all-electric Chevrolet Bolt is expected to have a 200-mile driving range and will be built at GM’s Lake Orion assembly plant in the fourth quarter of next year. Recently, the company has been running into issues with the Bolt trademark nameplate but recent reports say that Yamaha has agreed to allow Chevrolet to use the name.

When the Bolt concept debuted earlier this year in Detroit, GM CEO Mary Barra called it a “game-changing electric vehicle designed for attainability, not exclusivity.”

Chevrolet is aiming to keep the Bolt price around $30,000 after the $7,500 federal tax credit and it’ll be taking on the upcoming Tesla Model 3, BMW i3 and the next-generation Nissan Leaf.

This article originally appeared at AutoGuide.com