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Faraday Future's electric crossover caught testing in the Mojave

Details on the new vehicle remain scarce.

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New details on Faraday Future's upcoming Tesla Model X competitor have been scarce. The company has only shown us the briefest of glimpses and, save for a single photo on Twitter, test vehicles have remained well hidden. Our spy photographer has captured a few more photos of the company's vehicles, though details still remain blurry.

The vehicle in these photos appears to be the same model as the one we confirmed to be a Faraday Future product last month. It's a heavily camouflaged shape that appears to resemble a high-riding hatchback, similar to the Honda Crosstour or Toyota Venza. That's not a surprise, since this is meant to compete with Tesla's own crossover, the Model X.

Most other details remain speculative. The camouflage covers most details of the car and we don't have any new views of the side or back. There do appear to be a couple of cameras or sensors in the front windshield. There also looks to be some sort of testing device on top of the vehicle. The company is believed to have been testing autonomous tech using Lincolns.

We believe the final vehicle's design will be headed up by former Toyota designer Jin Won Kim. Look for more details and a concept in the next few months.

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