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Faraday Future, the Chinese-backed U.S. EV company that dropped the 1,000-hp FFZERO1 concept at last year’s Consumer Electronics Show, is teasing its new production vehicle ahead of its 2017 CES reveal.

Sadly, there is not much to see. We get a good look at the wicked lighting element that is splashed across the front that mimics what we saw the FFZERO1 concept. There is a logo in the lower grille, which looks neat, and the hood looks sleek enough for a production vehicle. Other than dropping details about its CES reveal and a stop at the Detroit auto show next month, no other specs were given.

Back in October, the automaker was allegedly $21 million behind on construction payments for its $1 billion Nevada factory. Construction on the factory was stopped in mid-November, according to Fortune. The financial troubles were thought to possibly delay the production car’s reveal, but Faraday seems to be soldiering ahead. Work on the plant is scheduled to resume in 2017.