Faraday Future joins the EV game with a 1,000-hp SUV

Published on Sep 26, 2022 at 3:34 PM (UTC+4)
by Alessandro Renesis

Last updated on Sep 26, 2022 at 3:35 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Kate Bain

Faraday Future joins the EV game with a 1,000-hp SUV

Faraday Future is a start-up that’s been around for a while.

After years of rumors and teaser images, the American company is ready to join the EV game with an SUV that’s capable of delivering over 1,000 hp.

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Simply dubbed FF 91, Faraday Future’s vehicle is a crossover SUV / shooting brake designed to cover great distances in comfort.

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It also sports massive 22-inch wheels and suicide doors for extra style points.

It’s big, while also being sleek and not too boxy.

Faraday Future SUV interior

Inside, you’ll find a festival of touchscreens.

In addition to the digital instrument cluster and the massive iPad-style screen in the center console, there is another screen located in front of the passenger.

It relays key bits of information like location and speed, and of course, can be used for music and movies.

There’s also a massive TV-style screen for the rear passengers.

Last but not least, there’s one for each door panel to adjust the temperature and the seat.

The only available model (for now) uses a tri-motor 1,050 hp powertrain and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.4 seconds.

The Faraday Future SUV range is equally impressive, rated at 381 miles.

It’s more than Tesla can offer with the Model X Plaid (311 miles) but not as good as Lucid’s.

Then again very few vehicles can match Lucid’s 520-mile range.

So what about the price tag?

There’s a lot of competition in this segment, but prices are still high.

The model you see here will set you back $180,000.

A base model is expected in the future, rumored to be about $120,000.

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