Faraday Future has released a new video teasing its electric crossover, set to be pitched against the Tesla Model X. While its details on the new model are still scarce, it is known to use a 98 kWh battery, which will place it head to head with the Tesla Model X P100D.

First shown on the FFZERO1 concept, the brand’s Variable Platform Architecture (VPA) forms the basis for the upcoming electric crossover, which has a claimed range of 482 km, a little more than the Tesla Model X’s 465 km range.

The modular platform adopts a battery arrangement that places them in “strings,” which can be added or removed, allowing FF to vary the vehicle’s battery capacity as well as its wheelbase.

Faraday is said to be following in Tesla’s footsteps in a couple of areas, namely in autonomous driving and in software updates. A Lincoln MKZ mule was used for testing an array of sensors, which is part of the upcoming crossover’s autonomous driving suite. The new vehicle will also receive its software updates over-the-air, just like what Tesla does for its vehicles.