It’s some sort of hooded, keyed single-row wire-to-wire crimp crimp housing, with a clip system on the side.
Without a proper measurement to tell exactly the pitch of those connectors, it’s tricky to say for sure… But it doesn’t look entirely dissimilar to a couple connectors that Molex manufactures. Looks similar to the single-row variant of the C-Grid line they make (overview page here), but you’ll have to look around for exactly the matching model. I’d recommend just grabbing the Molex (or a supplier that carries Molex) catalog and flipping through wire-to-wire connectors until you find what looks to be a match, then getting the mechanical drawing for that specific model.
What’s it from? Context may lead to someone being to help you better. Also, is there a reason you need to match this specific connector exactly? If you’re replacing both, it may be easier to just find a functionally similar, if not mechanically identical/compatible, connector to use.
Matching connectors can be tricky; good luck!