Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk says the company expects to start deliveries of its new SUV, the Model X, in three or four months.
Musk told investors at the company’s annual meeting Tuesday that he’s test driving the Model X now.
Musk says the company is focused on making sure key features, like the Model X’s wing-like doors, are working properly.
The Model X will be Tesla’s third car since it was founded 12 years ago. Currently, Tesla makes one car, the Model S sedan.
Tesla originally planned to put the Model X into production in 2013, but has delayed it twice.
Musk also said Tesla will let some drivers start testing an autopilot feature at the end of this month. Autopilot can automatically drive the car at highway speeds.