Faraday Future revealed its version of the future electronic automotive solution - The FFZERO
Faraday Future is an electric motor company based in California, USA. The company started working on conceptual electric cars about a year and a half ago. Over the years, Faraday has showcased some of its other ideas at various trade events and has already gained attention from all over the world.
At the latest Consumer Electric Show (CES), in Las Vegas, Faraday Future revealed FFZERO1 as their vision for their company’s production of supercars. FFZERO1 originated from a sketch by the head designer of the company, but the Vice President of Product R&D quickly decided that this design was the picture-perfect opportunity to show-off the company’s strengths.
FFZERO1 is a single seat super-electric car with an exquisite appearance and a speculated 1000 horsepower engine which will accelerate up to 60mph in under three seconds! Moreover, the top speed this supercar can achieve will exceed 200mph. A helmet that will provide oxygen and water will be made for the driver. Other fancy features included are the ability to incorporate a smartphone into the steering wheel, full autonomous drive, track driving assistance, four independent electric motors to power the car and a super light weight carbon body.
On the outside, there is no question that Faraday’s Future FFZERO1 is the most exotic looking concept car! With its sleek carbon fiber body kit and the vehicle height just a few inches above the road, this conceptual electric car has all the curves and strength needed to perform.
The front headlights are joined in a curved tube-like shape which also gives the car a unique stance. FFZERO1 looks like no other supercar.
As the company states, “The world is ready for a new way of looking at mobility”.
Ideally, this conceptual supercar won’t be the last production car which Faraday Future plans to exhibit. The future will hold more chances for the company to introduce their new car concept for market priced models with more than one seat.. Faraday Future has attempted, and succeeded, to get into the all-electric vehicle market currently ruled by Audi and Tesla.