Volvo has full EV and plug-in hybrid versions of its XC40 on the way.

It was announced as little more than a footnote during the reveal of the XC40’s new three-cylinder engine. That 1.5L triple is the automaker’s first three-cylinder, and it will be going into the company’s first compact crossover.

But for fans of clean driving, that was just a preface to the real news: electric and PHEV versions are coming.

“A hybridised as well as a pure electric powertrain option for the XC40 will be added later,” the press release read.

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The new T3 engine is the basis for that plug-in hybrid XC40. It will wear the same Twin engine branding as the XC90 T8. Expect it to offer more performance than the gas options, in addition to better fuel economy. That’s been Volvo’s strategy with its existing hybrid options. The Twin-Engine XC40 is expected by the end of the year.

Last year, Volvo announced that it would have a three-cylinder plug-in hybrid vehicle in 2019. They said that it would offer a 9.7-kilowatt hour lithium-ion battery, a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and a 74 horsepower electric motor offering a 31-mile electric range. It looks like the XC40 will be that vehicle. Or at least one of them.

The announcement is similarly vague about the full-EV. We do know that it probably won’t be the first EV from Volvo. That’s expected to be a hatchback based on the 40.2 concept compact car. The XC40 shares its CMA platform with the 40.2 concept, which makes it a natural for the brand’s second EV. Volvo has said previously that its first EV would have a range of at least 250 miles, so an electric XC40 should have a range close to that.

Volvo has previously announced that it hopes to sell one million electrified vehicles by 2025.