Volkswagen unwrapped an electric SUV yesterday that previews the brand’s next-generation EV that will make it to U.S. roads in 2020.

The I.D. Crozz will be the first in a salvo of new electric cars and crossovers from Volkswagen. Volkswagen first showed the Crozz in Shanghai last spring, and brought an updated – and more production-ready – version to Frankfurt in September. But this appearance at the LA Auto Show marks the first time that VW has said for sure that the Crozz will see production. It’s now official that the I.D. Crozz is scheduled to launch in 2020.

“The I.D. CROZZ-based electric vehicle will be an affordable and stylish electric SUV—and there is more to come,” said VW of America President and CEO Hinrich J. Woebcken.

The Crozz is about the size of the new Tiguan, but with a four-door coupe SUV-syle body. Think Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe and GLC SUV. Volkswagen said that the airy cabin can fit a bicycle sideways behind the front seats, and compares rear legroom to that of a luxury car.

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The Crozz uses a pair of electric motors. 101 hp on the front axle and 201 hp on the rear. Of note for enthusiasts, the 4Motion all-wheel drive system uses the rear motor as the primary mover and will engage the front axle when extra traction is needed. The rear-drive bias of the Crozz could add some fun to the crossover.

The battery back in the Crozz is an 83 kilowatt-hour lithium-ion pack. Volkswagen said that it expects a range of up to 300 miles. The production version will be designed to charge more quickly than current EVs. VW said that the concept can get an 80 percent charge in 30 minutes from the 150 kWh charging system being developed inside the VW group.

The show car gives the driver a light show each time they approach the car. A line of white lights crosses around the vehicle, starting with the front VW badge and moving around the vehicle. Sensor fields pulsate with light when the doors are opened.

The Crozz is also designed with VW’s I.D. Pilot self-driving system. It uses laser scanners in the roof along with ultrasonic and radar sensors as well as cameras. Volkswagen plans to deploy that system in 2025.

The platform under the Crozz will also underpin the I.D. Buzz and the original I.D. concept vehicle. Volkswagen said yesterday that it plans to bring the classic Type-2 bus-inspired Buzz to production for 2022. The new platform will be the basis of all future VW-branded EVs, and is a big part of the company’s plan to build 15 different EVs by 2025.