The Porsche Taycan has been teased for the second time in as many weeks, this time with a set of actual photos in place of the sketches.
In the latest series of artfully shot and camouflaged photos, the sports car maker has been keen to highlight all the similarities between its upcoming electric sedan and the iconic 911 coupe.
The family link is most evident at the back, where both cars have thin, full-width tail-lights. At the front, the Taycan will have a more unique take on the traditional Porsche look, inheriting its four-point headlights from the Mission E concept car.
Changes include a flatter roof line, toned down wheel arches, and forward-hinged rear doors.
Full details about the Taycan have yet to be revealed, but we do know the top-spec model will have a dual-motor all-wheel drive system with over 440kW and a 0-100km/h time of "well under" 3.5 seconds.
Driving range is said to exceed 500 kilometres, and the car will support 800V and 400V fast charging stations.
The Taycan will be revealed in full later this year, with deliveries scheduled to begin in Europe and North America before the end of 2019. The Taycan will arrive in Australia from 2020.