Faraday Future has had several ups and downs since it presented its first electric FF 91 in 2017. Apparently, the company would be ready to present its car again in a guise close to production. The launch event to be held in streaming will be an opportunity to better understand the company’s plans and above all to find out how the car has evolved over the years.
We are 7 days away from the unveiling of the 1st Production Intent # FF91! This achievement marks Production Milestone # 4 – production intent builds for final engineering validation & certification. Join the livestream 02/23/2022 4:00 PM PST at https://t.co/BqJfb7rnqZ $ FFIE pic.twitter.com/iS47fEqp0w
– Faraday Future (@FaradayFuture) February 16, 2022
Surely in all this time the project will have been refined. Since there have been no particular updates on the development of the car, we can only refer to the specifications communicated in the past. The car will have a powertrain consisting of three electric motors capable of delivering a total of 783 kW. The performances are remarkable given the great power of the car. We talk about acceleration from 0 to 60 mph (96 km / h) in just 2.39 seconds.
And as for autonomy, the manufacturer declares a mileage of over 300 miles with a full tank of energy, equal to over 483 km. More precise details, hopefully, should be shared when the car is presented in its near-final guise. We hope that more information on marketing will also be provided. Apparently, the goal would be to start production of the car by the third quarter of 2022.
However, the FF 91 will also be able to count on a lot of technology. The top-of-the-range set-up will offer 11 internal screens. The largest, 27-inch, will be available to rear passengers. All that remains is to wait for the presentation of the electric car to really understand its future.
The new FF 91 will be unveiled on Wednesday 23 February at 4pm PST which for Italy means Thursday 24 February shortly after midnight. However, it does not seem that many are waiting for the launch of this car. The company admitted that of the 14,000 boasted bookings, only a few hundred were actually paid. The others are only expressions of interest without any advance payment.