CES 2017: Faraday Future Teases All-Electric SUV Before Its Debut At CES

Posted: Oct 31 2016, 2:44pm CDT | by , in News | CES

 

CES 2017: Faraday Future Teases All-Electric SUV Before its Debut at CES
  • Faraday Future releases video teaser of its all-electric SUV
 

The electric SUV will be the first ever production ready vehicle by the startup.

A while back the startup Faraday Future surprised us all when they announced they are going to produce a car very soon. The journey from concept to production level went by quite quickly. To be honest more quickly than we thought was possible.

Now Faraday Future has released a short video teaser clip of the all-electric SUV they are working on. When released the car will be the first production vehicle by the startup company which previously only had deals in vehicular parts.

This is not the first time Faraday Future has surprised us with their quick speed in producing a car. Earlier in October the company announced the venue where their car will make its debut.

On twitter it was revealed the electric SUV will debut at the CES 2017 which will take place during January in Las Vegas.

From all the teasers we’ve accumulated since April we can safely say the SUV by Faraday will rival the likes of Tesla Model X. Although the SUV was spotted back in August on the streets of Los Angeles, the company has yet to disclose any of the specifications about their car.

What we do know is that the car will be based upon Faraday Friday’s VPA architecture. The VPA architecture is an innovative approach which can be applied to vehicles of many different sizes, in which more than even three electric motors can be accommodated.  

Another confirmation in store is Faraday Future’s car will have the lithium-ion battery pack from LG Chem installed in it. The battery pack is rumored to have the highest energy density for a production automotive battery. The EV will be built at Faraday Friday’s new $1.3 billion factory outside of Las Vegas, Nevada. 

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