Electric truck startup Rivian documented desk work for an IPO on Friday that at last uncovered the number of reservations it has for its R1T pickup and R1S SUV.

As per the Amazon-supported organization’s S-1, it had gotten roughly 48,390 preorders as of Sept. 30, each requiring a refundable $1,000 store.

Creation of the $67,500 R1T started in September and at the automaker’s Normal, Illinois, manufacturing plant where the $70,000 R1S will enter creation not long from now.

Rivan likewise constructs an electric conveyance van for Amazon, alluded to as the EDV, at the plant and has an agreement to conveyance 100,000 of them to the retail monster by 2025.

The documenting unveiled that the industrial facility is right now designed with the ability to make up to 150,000 vehicles yearly, yet that Rivian plans to extend that to 200,000 by 2023 and hopes to add extra homegrown yield as it adds models in later years.

Rivian, which is generally pre-income, unveiled that it lost $1.02 billion out of 2020 and $994 million through the main portion of this current year.

Reuters in August detailed that the organization, which will exchange under the RIVN ticker, will open up to the world at a valuation of around $70 billion to $80 billion.