New video gives us the best look yet at Faraday Future’s upcoming supercar
Faraday Future may be falling apart, but that doesn’t mean the company cannot produce a good video and, possibly, build an attractive car.
After a few months of silence, the company posted a new video on YouTube aptly named “Emergence” which finally shows us the company’s upcoming electric supercar, the FF 91, in a real-life driving scenario.
Sure, we’ve seen the car in the flesh at this year’s CES in January, but seeing it on the road, among other cars, somehow makes it a bit more believable that the car will one day actually hit the market.
If all these issues get sorted out, Faraday should start building its FF 91 supercar in 2018. The car should have a 1,050 peak horsepower, and go from zero to 60 MPH in less than 2.4 seconds.
For now, though, we get to enjoy the hatchbacky, futuristic vehicle glide on a real road and, as the video indicates, soak up all sorts of info about its surroundings. Does the FF 91 really measure heights of nearby waterfalls (go to 0:20 in the video)? Only time will tell.