Faraday Future, which recently announced a fresh $2 billion in funding, now says it has built its first pre-production vehicle.
The FF91 uses three electric motors to crank out 1,050 horsepower. The vehicle is said to be capable of a 0-60 mph time of 2.39 seconds. Range is expected to exceed 300 miles on a single charge. The company is also building in autonomous driving capabilities.
Faraday Future showed off the pre-production FF91 this week at its factory in Hanford, California.
“It is inspirational for us at FF to see all the parts come together for this significant day: the literal parts of the FF 91 from our various on-time supplier partners; the processes and tooling within the Hanford facility itself; and the invaluable training for the essential ‘soft’ skills required for this level of sophisticated teamwork I and others need in our Hanford production teams as we begin creation of our FF 91 for demanding users,” FF Senior VP of Manufacturing Dag Reckhorn said in a release.
The company also released a video of the vehicle. Check it out below.