Faraday Future’s ‘FF 91’ – Specs, HD Photos, Videos

Faraday Future the high-tech, next generation electric-car developer showcased their flagship vehicle the ‘FF 91’ at the CES 2017. They claim this is the most advanced car on the planet the point that it’s ‘first of the species‘ that was not discovered until now.

The secretive car manufacturer despite their many financial and leadership crisis were able to display a vehicle that they finally intend to produce in 2018. You can reserve one for yourself by depositing $5,000 on their website.

Automotive industry gurus and journalists have speculated the price to be in between $150,000 to $200,000 since the manufacturer did not put out an official word about the price of the vehicle.

Let’s first review the launch video then the specs and some superb photos below.

FF 91 Specifications

Let’s look at FF 91’s specs claimed by Faraday Future to be the most advanced and powerful car species and first of it’s kind !

Battery130 kW
Range (EPA)378 miles (608 kms)
Range at constant 55 mph (88.5 km/h)482 miles (775.7 kms)
Power1050 hp
Number of Motors3 (One front, two rear)
DriveAll Wheel Drive (AWD)
0 - 60 mph in seconds2.39
WheelsAerologic - Aerodynamic shape-shifting wheels
Number of Cameras & Sensors30
LiDar3D Lidar - Retractable
Keyless EntryYes with Mobile App & Facial Recognition
Door HandlesNone - Doors open with touch
Auto ParkYes - Finds the free parking spot too
Max charging power200 kW
Battery Cell providerLG Chemicals
On-board Super ComputerCalimed to be the most powerful but no mention of brand/product name
Climate ControlAuto
MultimdiaYes -Tailored to each occupant's preferences and desires.
Estimated Delivery2018
Estimated Price$150,000 to $200,000 (speculated)
Any Sub-Species?Yes rumored to be code named 'FF 81' for the masses !

FF 91 HD Photo Gallery

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Iqtidar Ali
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Iqtidar Ali is a long time web developer and now writing for his childhood passion 'cars' further boosted by the advent of electric vehicles especially Tesla.

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