Ford (F) has finally revealed when it will be launching the highly-anticipated all-electric Mustang-inspired SUV. In a teaser video, Ford announced the reveal date as Nov. 17, 2019, which coincidently aligns with the Los Angeles Auto Show.

The 22-second video shows the outline of the SUV, which has Mustang-inspired lines and styling to it. The video also captured clay-modeling of the vehicle during its development.

Ford has hinted that car enthusiasts won’t want to miss the global reveal of the all-electric EV and promises more details to come.

With very little information provided on the SUV, rumors have speculated that the new Mustang-inspired SUV will be dubbed Mach E, but Ford has not given any clues to the branding of the EV.

A previous video showed the SUV in a heavily cloaked state but again gave no other details about the video. The SUV is expected to be available both in the U.S. and Europe next fall, with orders expected to start upon the reveal of the vehicle.

Ford has invested $11.5 billion in its electric and hybrid vehicle program through 2022, which is expected to bring a bevy of new electrified models over this time. The automaker also recently announced a charging network for its electric vehicles with over 12,000 locations, which it is offering free for two years.

Shares of Ford stock were down 6.84 percent as of 2:30 p.m. ET on Thursday.

Ford Mustang SUV Ford has revealed the release date of its all-electric Mustang-inspired SUV. Photo: Ford