Looks like an upgraded version of the Roav SmartCharge Spectrum (currently $21.99, rated 4.1 ). I find it interesting that the middle port is QC 3.0 instead of PowerIQ 2.0. Also unfortunate that the maximum output is 30W instead of 42W like some other car chargers from Anker so that both IQ ports could charge at full-speed simultaneously. Hopefully this model also incorporates other under-the-hood improvements that address some of the original complaints reviewers had with the Spectrum.
Overall, looks like another solid product upcoming from Roav by Anker. Hopefully we see the inclusion of USB-C in these special edition car chargers sooner rather than later.
As for pricing, my guess would be $35 or so.