Faraday Future Introduces Its First Ever Electric Car At The CES 2017 – Video


Faraday Future is a Chinese-funded startup which has something special to show off at the Consumer Electronic Show 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company has unveiled its first ever production car, the FF91. On the first look, the FF91 looks absolutely stunning with an aerodynamic crossover and a cutting edge design. It's both elegant and futuristic at the same time. Let's see some more details on the Faraday Future FF91 and what aspects categorizes it different from other electric cars on the market.

Faraday Future FF91 Is A Combination Of Beauty And Power

The FF91 shown off at CES 2017 is a close-to-production prototype with ample goodies to brag about. Apart from being just an electric car, the design aesthetics of the car are pretty amusing. The smooth design with LED light bars on both ends, the LiDAR sensor located below the windshield and additional sensors incorporated into the roof makes the FF91 autonomous.

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As for what's inside the vehicle, it sums up the correct definition of power and luxury. It is integrated with futuristic intelligence features, luxury, not to forget the exceptionally high performance. For more details, check out the video embedded below.

Speaking of what's powering the beast is the production of 783 kW of power. This is equivalent to a 1050 horsepower. The by product of what's under the hood is the time it takes from 0-60 with only 2.39 seconds. Since it is built on the variable platform architecture system, the FF91 merges the body and chassis of the vehicle into a single unit. The VPA also packs in advanced and improved battery technology with a 130 kWh battery that gives it the range of 378 miles. In terms of charge time, the recharge speed is astounding with more than 500 miles per hour.

The interior is also designed in a unique manner with the NASA-inspired rear seats offer reclining angles. The windows can be tapped to allow less transparency for greater privacy. The cabin was developed around the rear passenger which gives it the futuristic looks. All in all the Faraday Future FF91 is highly luxurious, with unique features like a camera built into the B-pillar on the drivers side. The camera is responsible to recognize the user, which will then unlock the car and open the doors when the person approaches. The best part about the Faraday Future FF91 is that it also boasts high speed internet.

If you're interested, you can visit Faraday Future's website and place a refundable deposit of $5000 to take the first delivery. Even though the pricing has not yet been unveiled but previous reports suggest that the model will retail in between $150,000 to $200,000 when the production will start next year.

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This is it for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the Faraday Future FF91? Share your views in the comments.