Faraday Future (FF), a California-based global electric mobility ecosystem company, has unveiled its first production-intent FF 91 electric vehicle (EV). The company expects its luxury electric car to go into production in the third quarter of this year.
Along with the unique exterior design, the company say that the FF 91 will feature three electric motors that will provide 1050 horsepower and allow it to hit 0-60mph (0-96kph) in just 2.39 seconds. It is expected to have a range of over 300 miles (483km)
Matt Tall, Faraday Future vice president of manufacturing, said: “Building the first production-intent vehicle at the Hanford plant is an important step towards reaching the start of production in Q3.
“This iteration is the closest to the FF 91 production model we’ve seen to date. The FF 91 is expected to be the first ultra-luxury EV to reach the market, with a unique driver and passenger experience.”
The company will build more production-intent vehicles over the coming months for vehicle testing and validation, as well as final certification. Production-intent vehicles feature production-specification components.
The FF 91 is designed and built in California by Faraday Future co-creators and the company’s global employees, with technology from many top tier suppliers from across the globe.