Faraday Future caused quite a stir at CES 2016 by unveiling a high-performance electric concept car, and it seems it's got big plans for next year's tech show.
The company appears to be gearing up to unveil a production car at CES 2017 after debuting the FFZERO1 (shown above) concept at this year's event.
A somewhat cryptic tweet from the firm hints that it will 'unveil the future' at the show in Las Vegas next year, with Engadget reporting that it will indeed reveal the production vehicle.
The FFZERO1 concept made an impression at CES back in January, with Faraday Future claiming it came with horsepower of 1,000, the ability to reach 60mph in less than three seconds, and augmented reality capabilities.
At the time, the firm said it would have a production vehicle ready in two years, so we're intrigued to see what it plans to show off at next year's CES.
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Some spy shots seem to reveal an SUV-style vehicle, which looks a lot more modest than the insane FFZERO1 debuted in January.
Faraday says the final product will be a “premium electric” car that “combines extreme technology, industry leading range, and holistic design”.
Beyond that however, details are scarce, but it seems we've only got a couple of months to go until we find out just what the firm has up its sleeve, so stay tuned for the latest from CES 2017 this January.
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