They show that Lyft generated sales of $343.3m in 2016 which grew to $1.1bn the following year before doubling in 2018. The company will kick off its roadshow later this month.
Losses could mount, Lyft cautioned, as it continues to invest and eye a broader worldwide expansion.
The 220-page document provides a picture of a company with high growth and improving economics but widening losses. However, it also lost $911.3 million in 2018, up from a net loss of $682.8 million in 2016 and $688.3 million in 2017. Based on the figures in the filing, and assuming steady revenue growth of more than 50 per cent in the next year, institutional investors are likely to value Lyft at $20 billion to $25 billion, he said.
In the filing, Lyft said it hoped to raise $100 million in the IPO, but that was merely a placeholder. Serving only North America, the company's revenue mostly comes from ride-hailing and the company will seek to expand geographically and pursue acquisitions.
Unlike Lyft, Uber for the last few quarters has shared selected financial data with the public.
Lyft reported 18.6 million active riders and 1.1 million drivers at the end of 2018 across the us and Canada.
The firm made its initial public offering official on Friday when it filed paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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Lyft's prospectus provides an opportunity for outsiders to get a closer look at the company's finances, which it hasn't previously officially disclosed.
Lyft has been eager to emphasize its growth to investors over its total revenue.
The company claims to have 39 percent market share in the USA, up from 22 percent in December 2016. The number of active riders increased 47 percent in the fourth quarter of 2018 compared to the same period in 2017.
Dual-class share structures are increasingly common among technology companies, although Uber got rid of its dual-class stock as part of a broader governance reform.
That's why Muntz said Lyft should take into account other factors, such as how long a driver has been working for the company and how much money they are bringing in, when deciding which drivers are eligible for the bonus. Reuters reported the plan on Thursday.
Lyft was increasing its share of the market in recent years while Uber was dogged by reports that drivers accosted passengers and that the company allowed rampant sexual harassment - revelations that ultimately led its co-founder Travis Kalanick to resign.
Most drivers work for both Lyft and Uber, switching off depending on which app gives them a ride first. Other top shareholders include General Motors Co and Fidelity Investments, with just under 8 percent stakes each; venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, which owns more than 6 percent; and Alphabet Inc, with more than 5 percent of shares.