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Production of 1,050HP All-electric Faraday FF 91 Luxury Vehicle gets life

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California-based Faraday Future (FF) announced that it has completed the expansion and extension of the senior bridge financing facility put in place in 2019 to support the completion and launch of its flagship Faraday FF 91 EV. Basically, they’ve got the cash to produce the dream-car.

Faraday FF 91 is their first production vehicle and flagship model. All-electric, autonomous-ready and seamlessly connected, it embodies the latest mobility advancements in performance, intelligence, and user experience. The FF 91 has three motors generating 1,050 HP, enough power to rocket this machine from 0 to 100km/h in 2.39 seconds.

With +480 km per charge, the car is designed to be highly modular, with their Variable Platform Architecture (VPA) securely housing the battery, powertrain and the FF Echelon Inverter™, their first patent. The lithium-ion battery cells achieve the world’s highest energy density – nearly double that of a production automotive battery.

Dream Interior

The rear seats are designed to zero gravity specifications and enable the ideal distribution of one’s body weight. For even more comfort, the ventilated seats can massage away pressure and stress.

Each owner has a unique FFID profile that covers an extensive range of their driving preferences and content choices. It’s how FF 91 recognizes and greets the driver before they enter the vehicle, and it becomes more intuitive about their preferences for every drive. The more you use FF 91, the smarter about you it becomes, delivering a truly bespoke experience.

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