The secretive electric car company Faraday Future won’t make electric vehicles for everybody — at least not at first.

Faraday’s first production car, which is expected to launch sometime before 2020, will be a luxury vehicle, competing with the likes of Tesla’s Model S. In other words, it will not be cheap.

“We are working on more than one car, the first car does fall into the premium side of the market,” Richard Kim, the company’s lead designer told Tech Insider in an interview at CES.

However, Kim was quick to point out that Faraday plans to eventually roll out more cars and that the company already has more than one test vehicle on the road.

“We are testing mules as we speak... And our surfaces have been released for manufacturing, so we are very far in the process,” he said. ("Mules" is an industry term for test vehicles on the road that are disguised to look like normal cars.)

Considering that the electric car space is getting more crowded, it makes sense that Faraday aims to have a diverse portfolio of cars.

Tesla, of course, already offers its high-end Model S (which starts at $75,000) and Model X (which starts at around $80,000). But Elon Musk is aiming to begin production of his first mass market car, the Model 3, by 2017. The Model 3 will price at about $35,000 and have a range of more than 200 miles, Musk has said.

General Motors also plans to begin selling its all-electric Chevy Bolt by the end of this year. The Bolt is estimated to have a range of more than 200 miles and cost about $30,000 after incentives.

Faraday has only shared a handful of details about what its first production vehicle will be like.

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In fact, about the only thing the company has confirmed about its first car for consumers is that it will be built on a modular electric platform and that it will be a high-end vehicle. Details regarding the design and the actual range of the vehicle remain vague. 

The company revealed its first concept car, the FFZero1, earlier this month, but the high-tech race car is not going into production and does not directly resemble what the company will actually produce.

But the company may keep some aspects of the FFZero1, Kim said.

"With the FFZero1, you guys saw a snapshot in time," Kim said. "And I think a lot of those characteristics, the form language, the DNA elements, we like them and we are going to incorporate that in our production cars."