Fast than Ferrari, Bentley and Tesla.

Chinese LeEco backed Faraday Future finally unveils its ‘Tesla killer’: FF91 electric car can go from 0-60mph in 2.39 SECONDS and drive over 400 miles (600km) on a single charge.

Faraday Future’s first car is the FF91, unveiled tonight at CES in Las Vegas. The launch was full of buzzwords, but the main push from Faraday was how fast the car is. With 1,050 horsepower, the car can go (according to Faraday Future, at least) from 0-60 in 2.39 seconds. That’s faster than any other car built today.

The “FF 91,” described by its designer Richard Kim as “weird-pretty” is an electric car Faraday executives say will be the most technologically advanced on the market when it goes into production in early 2018. Advance reservations for the car – which insiders say will retail for about $180,000 – are being taken for $5,000.

Faraday is funded and controlled by Chinese billionaire Jia Yueting, the chief executive officer of China’s Leshi Holdings Co Ltd, also known as LeEco, which is showing its own prototype electric car, the LeSee Pro, at CES. He is also an investor in California-based Lucid Motors, a competing electric vehicle start-up attending CES this year.