The first driver-assistance vehicle will be unveiled next month in California, the company announced Tuesday.

The vehicle will not be a fully autonomous car, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing a Tesla official.

The official told the paper that the company is aiming to have the vehicle ready by 2020.

The company said the company’s first vehicle, called the Model S, will be available in 2019, the same year as the launch of the Model X crossover.

The Model X is expected to cost $65,000 and is a crossover with two seats.

The first vehicle to be built at the Fremont factory will be the Tesla Model X. Elon Musk has said the vehicle will cost less than $1,000, which could make it a more affordable option for families.