Faraday Future FF 91
There are a myriad of videos hitting YouTube about the much-anticipated Faraday Future FF 91. It is the company's production-intent vehicle that is supposed to be released in 2018, with specific intent to compete with Tesla.
The premier at CES in Las Vegas, which was live-streamed on InsideEVs, showed the car in action and compared its acceleration to several other vehicles. If you didn't get to watch the premier, or don't have the hour and a half available, the above video pretty much sums it up in seven minutes.
We should note that, like our media counterparts demonstrate in these videos, that it was impossible for us to get close enough (let alone inside) the FF91 to be able to photograph (or take a video of the inside of the car). Security was seriously limiting access to the near proximity of the vehicle.
The car is touted to have "world-record setting" propulsion with its 130 kWh battery pack, which is the larger than any automotive battery pack currently in use in the industry. The FF 91 was shown to be able to accelerate from zero to 60 mph in just 2.39 seconds.
Faraday Future has received much negative press as of late, due to reported lack of finances, and work stoppage at its factory. There are many skeptics that believe that the company won't be able to follow through and pull off production level vehicles.
But, let's be optimistic ... if Faraday pulls this off, it will be an incredible addition to the world of all-electric vehicles. Check out the videos and let us know your thoughts.