Technology company Faraday Future (FF) got a jump on the Consumer Electronics Show Monday night, unveiling its concept vehicle that promises to redefine the future of mobility.

The FFZERO1 is being called “an extreme tablet on wheels.”

FF representatives say the vehicle has flexible battery lines, features two or four-wheel drive and includes Internet connectivity and autonomous driving.

The concept car includes many customization options. FF representatives say they expect the FFZERO1 to hit the market in a few years.

FF Senior Vice President Nick Sampson says they have the tools to achieve ambitious goals.

“Number one, we have an amazing world-class team. Two, we have a transformative vision. Three, we have incredible alliances, and four, we’re moving very fast,” he said.

FF executives gave nods to Tesla and Apple as innovative companies they aspire to emulate.

They also credited North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee and Governor Brian Sandoval for their work in bringing FF to Nevada.

FF breaks ground on its North Las Vegas plant in a few weeks. The company has committed to investing more than $1 billion and bringing thousands of jobs to southern Nevada.

The company did not unveil a price for the FFZERO1. That’s not expected until it’s close to market.