Faraday FFZERO1 electric car concept can go 200mph

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Faraday Future have been working on a futuristic electric car for almost year-and-a half and we haven’t seen it past the concept design stage. At CES 2016 that has changed as California-based electric car company as they have unveiled the high-performance Faraday FFZERO1. Unlike the more practical and already raking up miles on the roads, Tesla Motors Model S and Model X SUV have the bar set for Faraday. Maybe, Faraday Future has a more far-sighted vision of the future where electric supercars will rule the roost.

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You have to say that Faraday Future is one of the most hyped automotive companies in the world and it was high time they showed a glimpse of their 1,000 horsepower electric supercar to the world. The single-seater FFZERO1 looks like a beefed-up Batmobile from the rear and the color scheme also suggests so. The internet connected supercar can go from 0-60mph in less than three seconds and attain a top speed of 200mph.

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At CES the company highlighted its USP of its modular design which is highly configurable and can easily be converted into other models like a pick-up truck. The company is planning to setup its first factory in the coming week in Las Vegas and plans to invest more than $1 billion on the plant and 4,500 workers planned for the initial phase of production. Another promise that Faraday Future wants to fulfil is that of rolling out first production version on the streets by 2018.

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