The 2019 Geneva International Motor Show is just a month away and Mazda is gearing up for something special at the annual auto show.

Based on the teaser photo provided, Mazda, it seems will be debuting an all-new crossover, or CX-type vehicle at Geneva. Mazda actually didn't say what exact model it is, but sources speculate that it could be a new generation CX-3 (current model: since 2015, facelifted in 2018) or a European version of the Chinese-market Mazda CX-4. Some even say it could be the CX-6.

We really can't know for sure because Mazda didn't say anything about dimensions for the upcoming crossover that would point us in the right direction, but what is clear is that the vehicle will have a new version of the company's design philosophy. Mazda even went on to say that the 'mystery' SUV will have a more mature Kodo design language, as well as come with the new-generation SkyActiv-Vehicle architecture.

Mazda also says that the vehicle will be the second model from their new generation of products that began with the all-new Mazda3. This crossover will also be equipped with the latest SkyActiv engines, including the company's 'Spark Plug Controlled Compression Ignition' (SPCCI) technology found in the prototype SkyActiv-X. This means that it will have the performance of a traditional direct injection gasoline engine, with the fuel efficiency of diesel.

Apart from the new crossover, Mazda will also be displaying the 2019 CX-5 next month which will come with several interior and technological upgrades. Mazda says it will have a more refined cabin, as well as G-Vectoring Control as standard.