The Faraday Future concept has reportedly leaked to the web ahead of its official unveiling at the Consumer Electronics Show.
First noticed by Twitter user @supererogatory, the company accidentally released a Faraday Future Concept app on iTunes ahead of schedule. The app was quickly pulled but not before pictures and details about the concept started circulating online.
Official information will be released shortly but @supererogatory says the app revealed the concept is an electric vehicle with a “Quad Core” powertrain that develops more than 1,000 horsepower. This will reportedly enable the car to accelerate from 0-60 miles per hour in less than three seconds.
Little else is known about the concept but the images suggest it will be a futuristic supercar that has a unique front fascia, a glass canopy, and a vertical rear fin. We can also see carbon fiber side skirts, lightweight alloy wheels, and a full-width LED headlight.
The interior is pretty minimalistic but drivers can expect to find a multifunction steering wheel with a handful buttons and a digital display. The concept also has a secondary display that appears to show the car's speed and the remaining battery capacity.
The concept likely won't be heading for production but Faraday Future will soon begin construction on a state-of-the-art production facility in North Las Vegas, Nevada. The plant will build an assortment of electric vehicles but little is known about them at this point.