Officially unveiled at CES 2017, the Faraday Future FF 91 boasts a 130 kWh battery pack, co-developed with LG Chem, that powers four electric motors to deliver a combined 1,050 hp and 1,800 Nm of torque. All of this power equates to a 0-60 mph (96 km/h) time of just 2.4-seconds, complete with an EPA-estimated range of 378 miles. Thanks to its multi-motor setup, the FF 91 has real-time torque vectoring to the rear wheels for “agile cornering” and safety. Best of all, the battery pack can be charged to 50% with the included home charger in under 4.5-hours at 240 volts. Continue reading for a video direct from CES 2017 and more information. Click here for a few bonus images.
“As expected, the FF 91 supports autonomous driving but the company has yet to announce just what level of autonomy it will achieve. It has been confirmed to feature 13 long and short range radars, 10 high definition cameras, 12 ultrasonic sensors and a 3D retractable lidar in the hood. This hardware will allow the FF 91 to park itself courtesy of the Driverless Valet, effectively FF’s answer to Tesla’s summon feature,” reports Car Scoops.