Faraday Future (FF) is back with another teaser for its first production electric vehicle (EV), which is set to make its official debut at next year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on January 3.

This time, we are treated to a video that shows a camouflaged prototype of the company’s EV as it takes on some big names like the Bentley Bentayga, Ferrari 488 GTB and Tesla Model X. The latter is probably the most significant as Faraday’s debut vehicle will indeed be a crossover.

As exciting as the video might be, we don’t get to see which car crosses the finish line first in each race for now (all bets on FF). However, it shows Faraday’s intent to prove its high-performance EV credentials, in the hopes of stealing the spotlight away from Tesla.

Of course, the company certainly has the tech to back up such ambitions, with the FFZERO1 Concept from this year’s CES representing the company at its most extreme. Like the race car, the upcoming electric SUV is built upon the FF-developed Variable Platform Architecture (VPA), which features a modular battery structure that allows for a variety of vehicles to be built upon it.

It can also accommodate a variety of electric motor configurations, with four being the maximum as seen on the FFZERO1. On the concept, the electric motors combine to provide a total system output of 1,000 hp, good for a 0-100 km/h time of less than three seconds and a top speed exceeding 322 km/h, certainly enough to take on the competition mentioned above.

While we only see a covered test mule here, previous teasers have revealed small areas of the actual product you’ll see in Vegas. Highlights seen include an elegant LED headlamp line that spans nearly the entire front of the car, illuminated FF symbol at the front and rear, plus some suspiciously small wing mirrors.