Faraday Future is looking to showcase its first set of production cars by the end of 2018.

In a March 7 Facebook post, Faraday Future released a short teaser video with shots of a fleet of FF91s, its flagship vehicle, circling and riding across a short laneway into an empty parking lot at its California headquarters, flanked in different formations. An end shot features a call-to-action for users to “Reserve Yours at FF.com.”

“Our growing fleet of beta cars is ready to be deployed to testing grounds for system refinement and calibration as we keep pushing FF 91 to the limit,” reads the Facebook caption.

No word on exact pricing or the number of production cars to be produced.

Regarding specifications, Faraday Future claims the FF91 will carry 1,050 electric horsepower, using a 130-kWh battery and three electric motors contributing to an astronomical 1,328 pound-feet of torque with a 2.39-second zero-to-60-mph time.

In June 2017, the FF91 set a new Pikes Peak course record for course completion, beating a stripped-down Tesla P90D by more than 20 seconds. One of the country’s most popular courses for vehicle stress testing, the 12-mile-long track boasts a high altitude, average an 8-percent vertical grade, and more than 150 turns.

Watch the teaser video here: