Faraday Future FF91 gives Tesla Motors some early jitters at CES 2017

Faraday Future FF91 electric car

Faraday Future has been in the news for its bold move to develop a new species of electric cars of the future. The American automotive technology company is a start-up which envisions a future dominated with powerful electric cars. We have already seen their developments, putting more emphasis on what they actually believe in. Now the company is out with a bang at CES 2017 with their powerful electric car capable of going from 0-60 in mere 2.39 seconds.

Faraday Future FF91 is something that Tesla should really be worried about, since it packs a punch under the hood and has a whole lot more. It has a massive electric drive system at 130kW of energy and is capable of going 378 miles on a single charge.

This is the greatest energy density, the most compact and most potent system in the world. We have 20 percent more battery, motor and more useful torque than anyone else.

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Said Faraday’s propulsion engineering VP, Peter Savagian.

Since so much power needs to be properly translated into speed through the wheels, FF91 has an optional all-wheel-drive. Also, the EV has rear wheel steering which gives more stability and traction while taking high speed corners.

The car also boasts autonomous driving feature thanks to the 30 sensors which include LiDAR system, cameras and other hardware to make your ride safe.

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The car is slated to arrive in 2018 and people who are interested in owning one can book it right away for $5,000 deposit amount.

Although there are no more details about the car it definitely sounds like the vehicle of the future ready to hit the roads next year.

Via: CNet/VentureBeat



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