Faraday Future Drops Yet Another Teaser Amid Worrying Reports

Faraday Future released another teaser video of their upcoming electric crossover model, which is scheduled for reveal this January at the CES in Las Vegas.

While recent reports suggest that the new Chinese-backed company faces some serious financial problems, Faraday Future continues to drop teaser images and videos, showing us even a drag race where their new model destroys everything in its wake, including the Tesla Model X.

The video itself doesn’t reveal anything that we haven’t seen already in previous teasers, showing the front end and more specifically the headlight setup of the new electric crossover.

It looks like Faraday Future opted for an unusual LED setup that runs across the whole width of the car, and even uses smaller LEDs in the front grille –if there is such a thing on an electric vehicle.

Faraday Future says that their new car is capable of 0-60mph in less than 3 seconds, so it should be very interesting to see what they have for us at the CES this January.

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