Faraday Future has revealed the FF 91, its first production vehicle.
Built on the company’s Variable Platform Architecture (VPA), the FF 91 offers “supercar performance, precise handling, luxury, and intelligent Internet features”.
The VPA is a flexible powertrain system featuring a monocoque vehicle structure in which the chassis and body are a single form.
The VPA also houses the battery technology, multiple motor and battery configurations, and the FF Echelon Inverter.
The FF 91’s powertrain features a multi-motor setup, enabling real-time torque vectoring to the rear wheels.
This technology delivers superior acceleration and safety, said the company.
Peak motor power in the FF 91 is 783kW (1,050HP), which delivers a 0-100km/h time of 2.39 seconds.
Fitted with a 130kWh battery, the FF 91 achieves a range of over 700km, while the vehicle can be charged to 50% in under 4.5 hours with a home charger.
Reservations for the car are available at $5,000 and are refundable. The first 300 orders will have the option to upgrade their reservation in March 2017 to receive an “Alliance Edition” of the car.