Ford (F) has confirmed that reservations for its 2021 Mustang Mach-E First Edition have officially filled up. The automaker started taking reservations for the SUV, following its launch in November.

According to Ford, it is still taking pre-order reservations for the other variations of the Mach E, including the Premium, GT, Select, and California Route 1 models. To reserve the Mach-E, buyers need to place a $500 deposit down on the all-electric SUV.

Buyers who placed a reservation for the First Edition model primarily selected Carbonized Gray as their preferred livery color with Grabber Blue Metallic and Rapid Red also coming in as popular favorites.

As many as 80% of buyers of the First Edition have also opted to go with an extended range battery while 55% of reservations indicated all-wheel drive as a preference. Ford said it was aiming for a 300-mile driving range on the Mach-E and 332 horsepower with 417 pounds-per-feet of torque.

Ford is also seeing more than a quarter of its Mach-E reservations coming from California, which may be due to the stricter emissions requirement in the state.

Ford has slated the Mach-E to arrive in late 2020.

Shares of Ford stock were up 0.43% as of pre-market open on Tuesday.

21_FRD_MustangMachE_Premium_CarbonizedGray Ford has already sold out of the Mustang Mach-E First Edition. 2021 Mustang Mach-E Premium in Carbonized Gray. Photo: Ford Motor Company