As we've been keeping track of Range Rover's all-new full-size sport-utility vehicle we've seen a plethora of shots.
But now we're going to show you the closest ones yet.
While the heavy camouflage has finally been shed, now we're seeing the poppa Range Rover for the first time with a proper set of wheels and the minor details that haven't been seen this close before.
Take, for example, the close up of the headlights and the vehicle's rear hind quarters.
It's pretty clear that there will be a Ford Explorer-like wraparound headlight and taillight look going on here. In addition, we're seeing new venting for the first time around.
As you can see from this barely disguised prototype, the new luxury 4x4 will be much sleeker than its predecessor, with flush headlights and a more aerodynamic front end.
Details include a slightly narrower three-bar grille, with new jewel-like LED running lights and horizontal air intakes. The clamshell bonnet is retained but it's now sleeker, and together the design updates help bring the Range Rover in line with newer models like the Evoque.