Faraday Future did it. After the disappointing CES 2016, where the company didn’t have a working prototype finally Faraday Future has debuted its first electric vehicle FF 91 at
Ever since the company made an announcement about manufacturing electric cars, people have been a little skeptical about whether they would be able to deliver on their claims. The rumors surrounding their inevitable failure were so huge that many thought that this project was a fool’s errand, especially after Faraday’s Future Nevada factory stopped working due to lack of funds.
Faraday Future’s electric car has been one of the most anticipated Techs of CES 2017. The company revealed that Twelve prototypes of the 1,000-horsepower, all-wheel-drive EV have been completed and promises that FF 91 will have a range of 378 miles with the ability to charge at more than 500 miles per hour.
The FF 91 will feature autonomous driving, with 3D lidar, 10 high-definition cameras, 13 long and short range radars and 12 ultrasonic sensors with the self-parking system. Till now it is the FF 91 is the most connected car available which can remember and keep track of the passenger’s personal preferences, no matter what seat they’re sitting in.
The company has not revealed the exact price of the model but anyone can reserve one at the company’s website with a $5,000 deposit. The company is expected to start shipping this beauty and power in 2018.