New electric SUV to Sprint in 2.5 seconds to 100
Gardena (California), January 2nd, 2017
The FFZERO1 to 100 should Sprint in under three seconds. The electric super sports was shown in 2016 by Faraday future at the Electronics Show CES. Faster is on the upcoming CES (5th to 8th January 2017) unveiled car by Faraday future be. The alignment is but rather, it's a van-like SUV. The first pictures show a long stretched, aerodynamically sophisticated car.
The manufacturer identifies the new car just as FF prototype. This future FF, however, is not for the model name, but for Faraday.
Car-to-car communication and more
How it should be for a future-oriented car the FF newcomer next to the electric drive has still more modern technology. So he has apparently about a car-to-car communication technology, it should combine "with any other car", so FF on his Facebook page. Moreover, it should include a "new kind of autonomous vehicles". Also, the car has cameras instead of rear-view mirrors, and particularly ergonomic seats. Also, the light pattern held in the look of the x-shaped logo on the front and rear is what's good is striking, FF still does not explain.
Specially of developed inverter
The electric motor and the batteries, there is only very sparse information. But has the introducing the inverter from FF patented inverter called Echelon. He comes out with very little components and thus provides a 20 to 30 percent more performance density than previous inverter. The inverter is responsible for electric cars for the control of the electric motor (including recuperation). It is crucial for the overall efficiency of the vehicle.
2014 founded with Chinese in the background
The 2014 founded American start-up company Faraday future has now about 1,000 employees and is headquartered in the Californian Gardena. The funders sitting but in China it's the electronics company LeEco, as Los Angeles Times which revealed in November 2011. FF Dragon racing participates in the season 2016/2017 with an own team called FF in the formula E. The used vehicle should accelerate with its 270 HP in 2.9 seconds to 100 km/h.