Faraday Future FF 91
We weren’t sure it’d ever see daylight, but the Faraday Future FF 91 is finally announced. While it’s on the bigger, bulkier side, the FF 91 cuts through criticisms like it cuts through air, though its all-wheel drive option and multi-motor setup — generating 1050 horsepower — certainly help, accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in a record-breaking 2.39 seconds. This isn’t at the expense of range, mind you, since its ultra-dense 130 KWh battery does about 378 miles and can charge at a rate equivalent to 500 miles per hour (though the included home charger only manages a half charge in 4.5 hours). A battery of sensors include thirteen long and short range radars, twelve ultrasonic sensors, and a hood-mounted retractable 3D lidar give the FF 91 all the hardware necessary for autonomous driving, but presumably the software is still some time away. All of this is complemented by a ton of room on the inside, reclining front and rear seats, a dimmable glass panoramic roof (that provides shade when tapped on), and an Arrival Interface that recognizes trusted drivers and passengers to grant entry into the vehicle while automatically customizing their seats and settings to their known liking.
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