Tesla may appear to be a very busy company at the moment as it tries to cope with demand for the Model 3, as well as ensuring the new Roadster and Semi begin production on time. Coming up next is a new electric SUV dubbed the Model Y, but Elon Musk isn’t stopping there.

The idea of a pick-up truck from the Palo Alto-based company was tossed around during the debut of the Roadster and Semi, but it is now revealed one will be arriving after the Model Y. This is according to Musk’s official Twitter account as he requested for some feedback from the public.

In a reply to the Vancouver Seed Bank’s request for an electric pick-up truck, Musk replied, “I promise that we will make a pickup truck right after Model Y. Have had the core design/engineering elements in my mind for almost 5 years. Am dying to build it.”

Others chimed in on the conversation with a number of feature requests, from an estimated time of arrival alert for family members to ambient lighting and even having all eight cameras act as dashcams.

As for how it will look, these renders hint at something “big,” with Musk previously stating Tesla’s pick-up truck will be able to carry another pick-up truck. During the feedback session on social media, Musk stated it will be about the size of a Ford F-150, albeit slightly bigger to account for a “really gamechanging feature” he’d like to add.