Faraday Future miles ahead of other electric cars
As part of the launch, Faraday Future also unveiled its FFID-system. All drivers of the FF91 are assigned an ID that stores data about their preferences, including a driver’s seating position.
After its CES debut, more than 64,000 car enthusiast reserved the 1,050 horsepower car with the undisclosed price-tag. Compared to the 400,000 reservations that Tesla’s Model 3 with a base price of 35,000 U.S. dollars received, this is relatively low.
This chart illustrates the range of selected electronic cars (in miles)