We've been waiting for a long time for Tesla's Model X.

The world's first electric SUV is set to be launched the evening of Sept. 29, at Tesla's Fremont, Calif. factory.

The Model X is Tesla's third car. They hope to deliver between 50,000 and 55,000 units—both the Model X and the Model S— in 2015, according to Fortune.

Here's the Model X in a short hands-on at the CES 2015.

But the Model X is not the most eagerly anticipated of Tesla models, it's Tesla's Model 3, with a price point around $35,000, that's set to become the American automotive and energy storage company's mainstream car.

The Model 3 is anticipated to be released in mid-to-late-2017.

h/t Fortune, The Verge