You shouldn't have to wait too much longer to see what Faraday Future's production electric car looks like. The company tells us (and has confirmed on Twitter) that it will unveil its production vehicle at CES 2017, which kicks off in early January. It's not divulging any new details beyond that, and says only that the car is a "premium" EV with "holistic design," loads of technology and "industry leading range" thanks to LG's super-dense batteries. One thing's for sure: we're only weeks away from finding out whether or not Faraday can translate the hype from its supercar concept to a street-ready car you can actually buy.
Faraday Future will unveil its production car at CES 2017You'll find out whether its real-world EV is anywhere near as interesting as the concept.
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Faraday Future will unveil its production car at CES 2017