Faraday Future, the hopeful Tesla competitor that created a stir with its 1,000 horsepower FFZero1 concept car at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, has published a teaser video showcasing what is believed to be its first production vehicle.
The upcoming EV is only briefly featured in the clip as it zips around what looks like Willow Springs (thanks, years of playing racing games). The clip runs just 15 seconds and, in typical automotive teaser fashion, we don’t get a clear look at the vehicle as it’s draped in the type of camouflage covering often found on pre-production vehicles conducting tests on public streets.
Despite its best efforts, Faraday Future’s FFZero1 concept leaked out ahead of its big reveal at CES. As an over-the-top concept, the FFZero1 didn’t really give the public much of an idea of what to expect from the company.
Based on what little we can see in the latest teaser, Faraday Future’s first consumer vehicle looks to be a four-door SUV / crossover.
A company spokesperson told The Verge that the video not only showcases its prototype in action, it illustrates their car’s ongoing high-performance testing. The rep added that they will continue to publish teasers in the weeks leading up to what is expected to be the big reveal at CES 2017.