Faraday Future’s production car to debut at CES
Faraday Future has apparently confirmed plans to unveil its first production vehicle early next year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The startup is holding back specific details, instead posting a swirled image on Twitter alongside a promise to “unveil the future.”
Previous teasers and spy shots suggest the mystery model will blend elements of a sedan, hatchback and crossover. Its profile evokes the Honda Crosstour, recently retired after years of poor sales.
The startup brought its FFZERO1 concept to CES early this year, showing a futuristic vision for an electric sports car. It is unclear if the production-bound model will share any design elements with the wild 1,000-horsepower racer.
Automotive startups are rightfully viewed with skepticism, but Faraday insists it is serious about delivering a vehicle. The claim is backed by pictures of a working test mule and a battery supply deal with LG Chem, rumored to be worth around $2.4 billion.
More details could be released ahead of the January debut.