Aston Martin announced the formation of a venture with Chinese tech group LeEco to develop the car.
"The partnership will see the two companies working together in developing and manufacturing RapidE, with potential for adding a range of next-generation connected electric vehicles on behalf of Aston Martin, LeEco and Faraday Future," Aston Martin said in a statement.
Pricing and technical specifications on a production version of the RapidE were not disclosed. It is basically an Aston Martin Rapide sedan with an electric powertrain and a modified name.
Faraday Future, a Southern California-based automotive startup company, created a sensation at the 2016 CES with the debut of its FFZERO1 electric concept vehicle.
The FFZERO1 churns out more than 1,000 horsepower and has a top speed in excess of 200 mph.
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