Faraday Future debuted its much talked about FF91 at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. The FF91 is a crossover-style vehicle which is claimed to have 200-kW fast charging capability. According to the company, motorists will get 500 miles of range per hour of charge. The FF91 has a 130-kWh battery pack that should give it an EPA range of 378. The battery is backed up by an engine having an output of 1,050 horsepower (783 kilowatts).
The big reveal was made by Nick Sampson, FF’s senior vice president of R&D and engineering, who claimed that the model is expected to “reformat the auto industry.” Some of the features that the company promises include the FFID – your personal Faraday Future ID – which will make it possible for motorists to transfer profile settings from vehicle to vehicle. Hence, sitting down in any vehicle will immediately make you feel “at home” as the settings will be adjusted according to your preferences.
Such features are meant to strengthen the bond that owners have with their Faraday vehicles. FF also promises to keep all the owner related data safe for maximum security.
Those who want to book an FF91 can sign up to do so on the Faraday Future website. Details of the price were not revealed, but it will definitely be positioned as a premium vehicle, with a price tag to match. Those who want to sign up can choose to get a “priority reservation” for USD 5000 so that they are in queue to get one of 300 personalized “alliance Edition” FF91s when the vehicle is launched at the retail level in spring 2018. Or else they can opt for the free, standard reservation. Some of the amount raised as the booking amount will be donated to an environmental protection fund that is not yet named.
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