Faraday Future holds special delivery ceremony for first FF 91 2.0 EV

Faraday Future holds special delivery ceremony for first FF 91 2.0 EV

Faraday Future, a Los Angeles-headquartered American start-up technology company focused on the development of EVs, recently held a special ceremony to deliver the very first FF 91 2.0 electric car to a special customer.

On 12th of August, Faraday Future used the special event to show off its new electric car, which was described as the “Ultimate AI Techluxury FF 91 2.0 Futurist Alliance.” The special event was part of the company’s efforts to show how far it has come.

Initially, the American EV maker had set a goal to start delivering the electric car to customers by the end of 2018, but it repeatedly failed to meet its delivery goals. However, the company has recently made some notable movements in production as well as marketing, thanks to increased investments and heightened production capabilities.

The special delivery event was part of Faraday Future’s “Developer Co-Creation Festival,” which was specifically designed to celebrate the company’s progress. The automaker is reportedly also planning to commence additional deliveries of the electric car sooner than later.

The automaker said in a statement, “In order to provide the Company’s first batch of spire users with a unique and unparalleled vehicle delivery experience, the Company intends to hold additional customized delivery ceremonies for them.”

Faraday Future doesn’t see itself as an EV maker alone, rather it sees itself as a global shared intelligent electric mobility ecosystem provider. Holding up to its this new-fangled vision, the automaker is working on an innovative in-car technology known as “FF aiHypercar+.” By incorporating its own one-on-one Bespoke Private artificial intelligence (AI), the automaker is trying to redefine the Ultimate AI TechLuxury.

The Faraday Future FF 91 offers a very spacious interior equipped with up to 11 displays, with the largest being a 27-inch screen for passengers on the rear seats. For the front occupants, there is a smaller 17-inch screen. The three electric motors (e-motors), one on the front axle and two on the rear, produce a combined 1050 horsepower (hp), which allows the EV to sprint from 0 to 60 miles per hour (mph) in less than 2.4 seconds. For power, the e-motors depend on a 130-kWh battery pack that promises a range of 378 miles on a full charge.

Obviously, the Faraday Future FF 91 2.0 Futurist Alliance comes at a premium starting price tag of $309,000. A lower-priced variant is expected to follow soon with a price tag of $249,000.

The official video of first FF 91 delivery follows....

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