The first concept from LeEco, formerly LeTV, is more down-to-Earth than Faraday Future's Aston Martin hypercar.

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LeEco is one of the partners behind Faraday Future, the mysterious electric-vehicle startup.

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It's also partnered with Aston Martin to develop an electric car based on the Rapide sedan.

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This car, however, is the product of LeEco and LeEco alone.

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While it's not a real car, it's closer than anything Faraday Future has produced yet.

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The front fascia can display information like a screen.

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The interior carves out separate spaces for each of its passengers.

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The LeSee's steering wheel folds away when the car is in autonomous mode.

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Its top speed is a surprisingly low 130 mph.

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Of course, we have a long way between concept and production -- assuming this thing ever makes it that far.

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The car will debut for the second time at the Beijing Auto Show this weekend.

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