Tesla is one of the biggest manufacturers of all-electric cars right now but there are many companies that are actively working to compete with it. Faraday Future is a relatively new company based in California that’s backed by Chinese electronics giant LeEco, the company has already shown off an electric car concept and now it appears that its upcoming production electric vehicle has been spotted out and about in Los Angeles.
A candid shot of what might be Faraday Future’s electric car has been posted online. The car is all covered up because the company hasn’t shown off the design yet and it’s quite likely that the design might not be considered final at this point in time.
From the looks of it, the car appears to be in the same crossover category as the Tesla Model X. It aligns nicely with previous reports that Faraday Future’s first commercial product is going to be an SUV crossover that will cost over $100,000. It’s going to be a proper Model X competitor if this turns out to be true.
There are no technical specifications available right now so it can’t be said for sure what Faraday Future’s first car is capable of and how it stacks up against the Model X. Whether or not it has semi-autonomous driving features like the Model X is also not known.
Faraday Future hasn’t confirmed as yet when it’s going to announce its first production electric vehicle and when it will finally hit the road.