Faraday Future FF 91 Returns To CES With Stealth Combat Prototype (Video)

JAN 13 2018 BY MARK KANE 21

Faraday Future hasn’t given up its plans to introduce the FF 91 electric to the market and now it’s back at CES with its latest Stealth Combat prototype.

Faraday Future FF 91 at 2018 CES

The Roadshow got an exclusive first passenger ride and was blown away by the acceleration surges that apparently outdo the Tesla Model X P100D.

“Faraday Future has finally let us ride along in its luxury all-electric SUV and we can confirm that it is fast. Really fast.”

The FF 91 looks futuristic and interesting, but financial issues have plagued the automaker, so we’re doubtful it will see the light of day.

According to a Faraday Future representative at CES, the automaker is aiming for first delivery by the end of 2018, which surprises us because there’s no production facility ready. Perhaps it will be a low-volume, mostly handmade car?

“FF 91 A New Species

At the beginning of 2017 we brought our first production car, FF 91, which was dubbed by the media as “Tesla Killer” to the world at CES. This “new species” of vehicle amazed everyone with its breakthrough combination of aesthetics and performance, industry-leading connectivity and astonishing battery range.

We’ve kept the development going since then by pushing FF 91 to the limit. We brought FF 91 to the demanding roads of Pikes Peak, improved its dynamic control, and announced a new factory in Hanford, California in anticipation of a 2018 delivery.”

Faraday Future FF 91 at 2018 CES

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21 Comments on "Faraday Future FF 91 Returns To CES With Stealth Combat Prototype (Video)"

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Which catering company did FF use for this years CES show?
Hopefully they got paid up front for all the tasty goodies before the event.

The sad thing is, this is more than VW has shown…

VW has the eGolf, you know. And plenty of concepts which are way more realistic than FF

Yea! All Diversion Tactics As they keep on putting out Diesel power..ha ha ha ha ha ..

end of 2018, not gonna happen, it’ll be December before they know it. I’m not a big fan of how it looks either, and the round auto-pilot thing (lidar?) that pops up of the hood is dumb looking & unnecessary.

With their new funding I do believe they will make this car, but as a company, I don’t think they will make it. Far to much EV competition is coming in just the next 2 years, they’ll have their lunch be eaten right in front of them.

“dumb looking & unnecessary”
You know this… how??

Handmade? Not going to take over the market are they?

Every time they make an announcement the production goals get smaller and smaller.

Yeah, I hear Vaudeville is coming back too.
Of course this analogy is imperfect as Vaudeville actually existed and produced something. Fold up the tents, pay the roadies, (hopefully) and slink back into whatever hole you crawled out of.

Time to drag out more FF concepts. If they spent as much time trying to create ONE complete production car as they do working on yet more pointless concepts then they may actually create something viable.

Not to mention their failed Pointless & Embarrassing Presentations where the presenters had no clue as to what was going on….They should team up with Fisker…lmao Who would even think of buying anything from these guys .

I wonder when we see high level management painting the garage where this next big thing will be built. I also wonder if the FF boss will have to move his bed aside for the car to fit also into the place (I mean, the guy is wanted in China and all his assets in China are frozen now). I wonder if he put something aside for a rainy day, for paint, or maybe renting a Bobcat, to grade something really thorough!

I see they’ve studied law. The law of diminishing returns.

“It’s dead, Jim.”

Sorry to see this zombie company continuing to get attention. FF has never deserved attention, unless it’s to point and laugh at its wildly absurd claims.

I predict the car will see the light of day.

If Tesla has shown us anything, it that it’s fairly easy to build a limited number of electric cars. They’re much simpler than an ICE-powered automobile.


Company is a joke and management is terrible. Not a car builder among them. And this is on top of all the Unethical financial practices. Hell the plant won’t be ready in 18 let alone production tooling.

If I were to build an elecric vehicle I would try to figureout a way of how to make the battery as small as possible but at the same time without sacrificing how much range you could fit in a smaller and more compact denser sized battery. Also I would take aerodynamics very seriously but at the same time without changing it’s appearence too much so it doesn’t bored or totally turn people off in the first place and as well I would give them plenty of paint choices including different hubcap options as well too. So that the wheels don’t appear boring or bland at all depending on the persons choice decision from the everyday driver to the type that’s totally crazy and obessed with motor and sports cars. Also I hate the interior deseign with the car above in my own opinion I would give the customer multiple interior color options such as grey,tan,black and possibly other interior color options as well too. So that the customer doesn’t say hey that looks too buisness like or that’s the most hideous interior I’ve ever seen in a vehicle let’s look elsewhere. Plus another thing I would fix is that… Read more »

“Choice of halogen or LED Headlights”

Who would choose poor piss yellow light over pure bright white-blue light?


Xenon or LED, but LED is better.

Well, that thing pulls like a mothaf*cka

Model X gets left in the dust @ 1:18

Looks more like a station wagon than an SUV.
The numbers they claim are just for show, to get people talking about it being in the same class as a model X. They haven’t tested it with an actual interior, which is ridiculous. They don’t have production motors, production batteries, production interiors. I don’t know why they waste their money going to see yes sure the same car in a different paint job.
It makes no sense.

There have been many ’boutique’ car makers [mainly in UK?] so why not one or two such making EV’s?
As said, EV’s are far simpler than ICE’s & finding a battery supplier would be the hardest issue.