Mazda has announced that it will pull the covers off its all-new CX-3 crossover SUV at the Los Angeles motor show in late November.
For now details are as sketchy as the Mazda-supplied image that you see here, which makes the promise that the little kerb-hopper is going to have a sporty design.
The production car will of course look more conservative than this design drawing and will almost certainly have back doors too. If you can imagine the new Mazda2 on steroids then you're probably got a good idea of how it looks.
As the CX-3 will reportedly be based on the Mazda2 platform, we should also expect it to share the contemporary hatchback's engine line-up, which includes a promising little 1.5-litre turbodiesel with 77kW/220Nm on tap and a 1.5-litre normally aspirated petrol that offers 85kW.