Faraday Future Teases Front Of EV Ahead Of CES 2017

Posted: Dec 7 2016, 12:47pm CST | by , in News | CES

 

Faraday Future Teases Front of EV Ahead of CES 2017
Credit: Faraday Future Twitter
 

Faraday Future EV’s front looks spectacular for sure. Faraday Future is all set to unveil its first production vehicle at CES on Jan. 3rd, 2017.

One of the most hyped and anticipated EV’s these days is Faraday Future’s upcoming EV. All the details and designing of this EV were kept under the sheets until now.

However, today, FF just shared a teaser trailer of its upcoming EV with the audience just ahead of the CES 2017. We thought that we won’t be able to see any teaser or any official picture any soon by the company, however it looks like FF tried to make sure that everyone is proven wrong.

Faraday Future also faced some money issue due to which its production of new vehicles got affected. This is the reason that it was said that FF might put its new vehicles reveals on hold.

But this new email and official news from company has clearly stated the fact that the upcoming CES 2017 will surely showcase the new product by FF.

The teaser that was released showcased the front end of the EV by company. By the looks of it, it is a totally elegant and neat front end showcasing some very beautiful LED headlights.

The headlights are formulated in a way that they are curved all around the front of the car. This design is pretty much similar to the FF ZER01 concept that was showcased by company at the last CES.

There is a grille that can be seen in the car too. The grille is pretty cool to look at and have a very elegant FF logo in the front.

The hood of the car is not very prominent in the teaser but by the looks of it, it looks kind of slim in nature. We will surely see the full shape and design of the car in the upcoming CES 2017 which is going to start in January.

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