Aside from the added fuel door, there isn't much else that would identify this Escape as a hybrid. Odds are that badging and subtle details such as the grille will be tweaked to make it stand out from the normal models. It naturally shares the same lifted and stretched Ford Focus profile and lights of its gas-powered counterparts.
When the plug-in Escape is launched, it will be the first hybrid Escape since the previous non-plug-in version was discontinued after the 2012 model year. That was about the same time that the completely redesigned model was launched. As for specs, we'll have to wait and see, but we would expect the Escape PHEV to have an all-electric range of at least 22 miles to match the Outlander PHEV, and maybe closer to 26 miles to match the Kia Niro PHEV.