Faraday Future’s first car is the FF91, and the troubled company unveiled it tonight at CES in Las Vegas. The launch was full of buzzwords, but the main push from Faraday was how fast the car is. With 1,050 horsepower, the car can go (according to Faraday Future, at least) from 0–60 in 2.39 seconds. That’s faster than any other car built today.
We’ll see if Faraday can actually deliver on the litany of promises it laid out today, but if it can bring the beautiful FF91 to market, Tesla might have something to worry about.
Interested buyers should register on FF.com, and place a $5,000 refundable deposit with the option to upgrade to the limited 300 launch-only “Alliance Edition.” Deliveries will begin in 2018.
Faraday seems to want to drip out the details on the FF91, saying another event, with information about the interior in particular, will be coming later this year.