The indication of the presence of the Faraday Future FF 91 electric car is indicated by the provision of an official mileage rating from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
According to EPA standards, the Faraday Future 91 electric car has a range of 381 miles or 613 kilometers.
“The EPA’s confirmation of 381 miles of mileage is indeed good news for Faraday Future as it validates what we know about FF 91,” said Dr. Carsten Breitfeld, Global Chief Executive Officer of Faraday Future.
If you look at the specifications, the FF 91 has a large enough potential to make the Model X feel inferior.
Starting from the drive, the FF 91 has three all-wheel-drive electric motors which are claimed to be capable of spitting out 1,050 hp.
The three electric motors are claimed to make the FF 91 accelerate from 0-96 km/h in just 2.39 seconds.
As an illustration, the Tesla Model X Plaid which has three electric motors powered by 1,020 hp is claimed to accelerate from 0-96 km / h in 2.5 seconds.
Of course, in order to achieve the mileage that passes through the 600 kilometers, Faraday Future is not kidding about the battery.
Claimed to have the highest energy density, the FF 91 Lithium-ion battery has a total capacity of 130 kWh.
Faraday Future has not provided information about the FF 91’s giant capacity battery charging technology or its time claim.
The FF 91 is set to have autonomous driving that works with 36 Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) sensors.