It’s a name that we’ve been hearing frequently the past few weeks. Faraday Future. The company released a few teaser images of its upcoming first ever production-intent EV, and now there is a short teaser video, giving us a glimpse of the car’s inside and its “NASA-inspired ergonomics.”

FF and CES 2017

CES 2017 is important for a lot of companies, but it’s going to be particularly important for Faraday Future. The company’s reported financial struggles have raised questions about whether it’ll be able to showcase its EV at CES 2017. After all, its Nevada factory construction work was supposedly suspended due to insufficient funds. And rumor has it, the company’s lost some important executives this holiday season. So FF’s first production-intent vehicle must be impressive enough to dispel any doubts that future investors and customers might have.

The American start-up has confirmed that it will be live-streaming the event at CES on January 3rd on its official website, so for those of you who can’t make it to Nevada next month, you can always watch it on your gadget.

What we know so far and the new teaser

So far, we’ve seen a few sneak peeks of the vehicle, namely the front and the back LED lights as well as some sensors around the car. The design, while extremely sexy, is a bit risky, I would say. Unlike most EVs out there right now, FF chose to go with a more futuristic-looking car. Although we will have to wait and see, that might not be so appealing for some. The front and the back are graced with a curved long line of LED light, and it seems like the company may have got rid of side mirrors for camera sensors.

Now, the company has released a teaser video, showing a brief look at the inside of the car. While most of it is just silhouettes in the dark, I think it’s safe to say what we see in the video are an arm rest, a center console, and the vehicle’s front seats. FF has boasted that the vehicle’s internals will have “NASA-inspired ergonomics,” and although I’m not quite sure what that entails, it’s definitely got me intrigued.

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