Faraday Future Teases Crossover Before Unveiling At CES (Video)

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As we reported previously, Faraday Future will unveil its first production vehicle at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January. Ahead of that event, the company has begun offering more teasers of what’s in store, including a new video featuring a camouflaged test vehicle.

It’s expected that the company’s first production vehicle will be an all-electric crossover that sells in the large luxury segment, as the Tesla Model X does. The video seems to confirm this. Though, who knows how much the test vehicle in the video has in common with the vehicle to be unveiled in January.

Check out our Faraday Future archives if you need some background on who this company is and what its aims are.

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