Faraday Future Electric Vehicle Prototype Spotted Bearing Heavy Camo

It’s going to be a generously-sized SUV/crossover of sorts slated for a 2017 sales start

Faraday Future is an all-new company that has announced ambitious goals in the electric car market, but so far we had only seen a concept that was not at all intended for production. 

Now though, its first production vehicle has been snapped up during testing in Los Angeles, yet we can’t say what it’s going to be like as it was hidden by heavy camouflage – they even covered the rims up so that you can’t see the design; you don’t see that every day…

In fact, it may even just be a mule.

We can roughly guess that it’s going to be a crossover of sorts, something in between regular cars and SUVs; think BMW 5-Series GT or an Audi A6 Allroad and you’re pretty much there in terms of size and ride height.

It may be a bit larger than the two aforementioned German cars, and referencing it against its supposed main rival, the Tesla Model X, it looks even bigger than that, although a bit lower to the ground at the same time.

The company is currently kind of shrouded in secrecy, but it has released several videos and documents detailing its plans and ambitions among which we mention the goal of having a vehicle on the market by 2017.

photo courtesy of Everette Taylor