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Thursday, January 5, 2017

Faraday Future back to show off its latest electric cars

By the growing popularity of electric cars, thus making the more the electric car manufacturer appeared. After last year could show off an electric sports car concept and eventually participated in Formula-E racing event, now Faraday Future again showed its newest product.
Faraday Future unveils first production car named Faraday Future FF91 at CES 2017. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1hWTcb)
As quoted of Electrek, Faraday Future ready to produce more powerfull electric cars and sophisticated at once. With its flagship product, now Faraday Future FF91 will openly confront Tesla with two electric motors respectively to drive its front and rear wheels.

The performance, Faraday Future FF91 capable of producing around 1,050 hp of power, with the ability to accelerate from rest to 100 km/h in only 2.39 seconds. And Faraday Future also stated that FF91 can more accelerated than Ferrari 488, Bentley Bentayga, as well as Tesla Model S.
Front view of Faraday Future FF91. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1hWTcb)
Reportedly, not only fast on the straights track, the FF91 is considered able to conquering the bend, it thanks to the torque-vectoring system which send power to the wheels that need it most.
Left side view of Faraday Future FF91. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1hWTcb)
Faraday Future FF91 using the batteries made together with LG Chem, so that the electric car can roam as far as 608 km. To address concerns that the FF91 batteries will long when recharged, so the company installed the battery can be charged for 4.5 hours until 50 percent of the battery capacity. More sophisticated, the FF91 has been equipped with Driverless Valet feature in which the car can find a parking place itself after the driver and passengers got off the car.
Faraday has yet to reveal a price, but with a 130-kilowatt battery, it is expected to cost more than $100,000. Last month, Reuters reported that the vehicle would cost up to $200,000.. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CNN MONEY | ELEKTREK]
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