After get a financial trouble, Faraday Future finally revealed its latest concept at 2017 Consumer Electronic Show (CES). Named FF91, it marks one year after the start-up company introduced FFZERO1 Concept at the same event last year. The FF91 is an electric-crossover that is ready to get in to production line in 2018.
The EV is powered by a 130 kWh battery and connect to four electric motors. The result is it can deliver 1,050 hp and 1,800 Nm of torque. According to the carmaker, it can reach 100 km/h from 0 km/h in 2.39 seconds. It makes the car is the fastest electric car at the moment. It even faster than Tesla Model S P100D which can make up to 100 km/h in 2.5 seconds. EPA estimated that the four-door car has 608 km driving range when the battery is full.
Speaking of battery, Faraday gets the supply from LG Chem and it can be charged up to 50% in under 4.5 hours at 240 volts using home charger.
How about the exterior design? Just like any other concept cars, Faraday’s designers have made it futuristic. But the company said that the production version will look like this with a little bit changes. Up front, there is single LED headlights that flowing from left to right. There’s also a thin LED Daytime Running Lights which follows headlights design. The front bumper features diamonds motive and at the center there’s a digital Faraday logo. And at the rear, we can see the same design as front. The LED taillights flowing from left to right and there are diamonds motive below it.
FF91 also comes with autonomous technology. Unfortunately, the company hasn’t announced about the level. The driverless feature 13 long and short range radars, 10 high definition cameras, 12 ultrasonic sensors and a 3D retractable lidar in the hood.
If you are interested with this car you can order online via its website requiring $5,000 refundable deposit. Faraday just announced that they have received 64,000 reservations for the FF91. And the first 300 units will be limited edition FF91 Alliance Edition.
Text: Andhika Pradityo
Photos: Faraday Future