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Faraday Future teases production car ahead of CES 2017

This potential Tesla competitor is getting ready for a Las Vegas reveal.

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A big reveal could be on the way from a potential Tesla competitor.

Faraday Future

While the 1,000-horsepower FFZero1 supercar concept that Faraday Future revealed at CES 2016 was cool, it related little to the production car that the hopeful Tesla competitor is planning on bringing to market. For CES 2017, the company has confirmed that it will indeed show a car that is destined for production.

Following footage released back in October of a camouflaged car silently circling a race track, Faraday Future today began peeling back the cover on its new car by releasing a teaser image of the front of the vehicle. The headlight, lower grille and the hood line are shown in the dark image. It's not a whole lot, but it's something and proof that the company has been hard at work on a production vehicle that will be making its debut a year later than expected.

We're eager to see the car in January, but until then will be looking forward to see additional teaser images that Faraday Future is almost sure to release between now and the Las Vegas reveal.

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Jon Wong Former editor for CNET Cars
Jon Wong was a reviews editor for CNET Cars. He test drove and wrote about new cars and oversaw coverage of automotive accessories and garage gear. In his spare time, he enjoys track days, caring for his fleet of old Japanese cars and searching for the next one to add to his garage.
Jon Wong
Jon Wong was a reviews editor for CNET Cars. He test drove and wrote about new cars and oversaw coverage of automotive accessories and garage gear. In his spare time, he enjoys track days, caring for his fleet of old Japanese cars and searching for the next one to add to his garage.

Article updated on December 6, 2016 at 11:08 AM PST

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