CES 2017: Faraday Future Releases Teaser Video Of Its New Electric Car

Posted: Nov 10 2016, 10:24am CST | by , in News | CES

 

CES 2017: Faraday Future Releases Teaser Video of its New Electric Car
 

The teaser comes with a tagline saying: Who said don't reinvent the wheel?

We all know by now that Faraday Future will reveal its first ever all-electric car at the upcoming CES 2017. Other than this solid fact we have been short on any other solid information.

The company hasn’t even revealed the name of their upcoming electric crossover as of yet. The company has recently adopted an approach where they’ve been releasing new info at a snail’s pace.

The recent bit of information about the car came in the form of a new teaser video. Faraday Future released the video on Wednesday, with a tagline challenging the norms which prevent the reinvention of wheels.

The teaser also shows off the side of a heavily camouflaged car which looks very much like the Tesla Model X. Another thing we could deduce from the teaser was it does not so far look like the concept it is believed to be based on.

Last year Faraday Future presented a car concept at CES called the wild FFZero1 concept. Only time will tell if the new car is anything like the concept. 

Faraday Future’s has gained some unexpected attention since it will maybe determine the fate of the company. Previously we found out the company was unable to complete the construction on its factory under construction in Nevada.

AutoBlog and Engadget reports suggest Faraday Future is supposedly $46 million behind in payments. 

Keep in mind spy shots of the electric crossover cruising around in California indicate towards a tall, large hatchback design car.

The front of the car revealed what seemed like sensors and cameras, which many are taking as a nod towards self-driving technology. When the car is released it is expected to rival the likes of Tesla Model X.

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