A California startup presents what it claims to be the fastest fully electric vehicle on the planet.
Faraday Future revealed its FF91 self-driving electric sports car at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
A prerecorded video shows it go from zero to 60 miles per hour in 2.
39 seconds, beating Tesla's Model S by more than a tenth of a second.
Faraday Future hopes to release it by 2018.
And if you think you want to buy one, you better be ready to dish out the $5000 deposit.
Just be sure to do your research.
The company has faced financial trouble in recent months, and during a demonstration of the vehicle's self-parking ability, the car failed to move.
[Nick Sampson] Just press the button and it will find its way to the garage.
Ok, uh, it seems like it's a little bit uh.
The official price of the car has not yet been released, but the deposit is refundable.
For NewsBeat Social, I'm Molly Riehl.