After securing US$2 billion in funding in June, Faraday Future has unveiled the first pre-production FF 91. The company’s first electric SUV was assembled at its plant in Hanford, California, which comes less than a month after the first body-in-white was built.

The finished product looks largely identical to the concept shown to us in January 2017, with a few tweaks like conventional side mirrors, a third brake light and some chrome bits. The eye-catching illuminated Faraday Future emblem and rear quarter fins have been retained, thankfully.

For now, the company hasn’t provided full technical specifications about the production FF 91 but it will likely come in a number of configurations. These include two- and three-motor arrangements with outputs ranging between 716 hp (534 kW) and 1074 hp (801 kW). Batteries of various capacities will be paired with these systems, providing a reasonable amount of range.

In concept form, the FF 91 featured four electric motors that drew power from a 130 kWh battery. With 1050 hp and 1,800 Nm of torque, the SUV is said to complete the 0-96 km/h (0-60 mph) sprint in 2.39 seconds and has a claimed range of 700 km. Official details will be revealed later on ahead of deliveries that are slated to begin in the first half of 2019.

GALLERY: Faraday Future FF 91 concept