Amid financial problems and delay in the construction of its billion dollar factory in Las Vegas USA, the startup Faraday Future follows strong and steady working on the launch of its first production Faraday Future Electric Vehicle. The manufacturer announced on his Twitter page the first teaser of the Faraday Future electric vehicle crossover, which will be officially unveiled in January at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the largest US technology fair.
As reported on other occasions, FF is in an extremely delicate moment with problems in funding and many employees in top positions already have left the project, including the responsible engineer for Faraday Future electric vehicle and patent holder of technology batteries according to AutoBlog
However, the recent teaser shows that the Faraday Future electric vehicle is ready for 2017 CES. Until then, the electric car manufacturer had presented only show cars like the super sports FFZERO. And hopefully, what we will see at the CES will be its first production Faraday Future electric vehicle that is set to directly targets the Model X.
The image of the Faraday Future electric vehicle does not show much, but suggests a rather different front looking like a knight rider and looks so cutting edge, where the headlights are integrated by a kind of led tape that acts as a frame and is positioned above the car grill. according to Cnet.
No reports on Faraday Future electric vehicle technology yet or reliable technical scheme. But it is said that electric range will be quite high, around 500 kilometers, thanks to a battery of 98 kWh, the highest density on the market.
The Faraday Future electric vehicle could have all - wheel drive thanks to a configuration of three engines that is rumored to be installed on wheels, thanks to an enigmatic teaser of the brand.
Everything remains to be seen at the 2017 CES, where we will see if expectations of the Faraday Future electric vehicle will be met. Checkout the might be first production Faraday Future electric vehicle at the video below.