Los Angeles-based company Faraday Future is ramping up efforts to introduce its first car, and it could very well be this crossover you see before you. Our spy photographers managed to snap several shots of a prototype at a test facility in the Mojave Desert, giving us our first look at one of many imminent Faraday vehicles.

Although wrapped in heavy camo, the test mule does appear to bear some resemblance to a teaser released by Faraday of a crossover SUV on its official Twitter account. Even with the grainy photos, we can roughly make out the sweeping headlamps, rakish rear window and sleek profile.

The yet-unnamed Faraday crossover will most likely be an all-electric vehicle with seating for five to compete against the Tesla Model X. Faraday has already stated that future production vehicles from the company will ride on the company’s Variable Platform Architecture (VPA), first showcased on the FFZERO1 Concept.

Faraday Future SUV teaser

The modular platform adopts a battery structure that is arranged into what FF calls “strings”. Adding or removing these “strings” allows FF to modify a vehicle’s battery capacity as well as its wheelbase. The VPA can also accommodate various electric motor setups, ranging from one to four motor layouts, thought it remains to be seen what this crossover will get.

To go up against the Tesla, Faraday will also likely introduce some form of advanced autonomous driving technology to its crossover, in a similar fashion to Tesla’s Autopilot. Details on an official reveal of the Faraday crossover remain scarce, but it is suggested that a concept version will be shown later this year on in 2017.