Electric vehicle start-up SF Motors has unveiled a pair of crossovers, the SF5 and SF7 at an event in California, United States. The unveiling follows the company’s acquisition of the former Hummer factory in South Bend, Indiana as well as the battery module and chassis start-up InEVit, which was founded by former Tesla co-founder Martin Eberhard.

The new crossovers will use the battery architecture provided by InEVit, and will drive electric motor setups comprising one-, two-, three- or four-motor configurations, with the most potent configuration to deliver around 1,000 hp, according to an Electrek report. The battery pack will enable range of up to 500 km (NEDC).

Model-specific details have yet to be released, however the company did state that the duo will be equipped with a certain level of autonomous driving technology, which it describes as ‘protective autonomy’.

“These systems use deep neural network-based computer vision, combined with the accuracy of Lidar sensor perception, to power a driver and vehicle monitoring system that creates a safer ride for all. With these developments, SF Motors is quickly establishing its position as a leader in the field of intelligent EVs,” SF Motors said in a statement.

Despite the lack of in-depth details on the announced products, the company’s outlining of manufacturing plans adds weight to the production feasibility of said models; the aforementioned plant in Indiana, United States is joined by another in Chongqing, China, both of which SF Motors consider to be “among the most automated plants in the world.”

The company also has plans to join with “partners that are the world’s foremost leaders in manufacturing and a newly trained US team that will operate one of the most innovative and technically advanced EV plants in the US.”

SF Motors will be available for pre-order by the end of this year and will be road-going in 2019, while plans for the SF7 have yet to be confirmed. Neither model has pricing details available yet, though more information is expected from the EV start-up at the end of 2018.