Despite some financial difficulties, Faraday Future will reveal its first production electric vehicle at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on January 3. To go along with the announcement, the company has released this teaser image that provides us a glimpse of the vehicle’s front.

It’s already known that Faraday Future’s debut vehicle will be a crossover, as seen in an earlier teaser video that featured a heavily camouflaged test mule. Previous spyshots also showed a crossover prototype undergoing testing in the Mojave Desert, featuring sweeping headlamps, rakish rear window and sleek profile.

The latest teaser doesn’t show too much of the car, aside from the elegant LED headlamp line that spans nearly the entire front of the car, similar to FFZERO1 Concept. Just below it is an interesting-looking grille that incorporates the “FF” logo into its design.

No further details were given but Faraday has already stated that its production vehicles will ride on the company’s Variable Platform Architecture (VPA) that features a modular battery structure, allowing for a variety of vehicle types and electric motor configurations.

The unnamed Faraday crossover has a claimed range of 482 km, a little more than the Tesla Model X P100D’s 465 km range, and the company will likely offer some form of advanced autonomous driving, in a similar fashion to Tesla’s Autopilot.