Faraday Future, has unveiled its first ever concept car, the FFZERO1 high-performance electric car, ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
The FFZERO1 is powered by four motors which work together to push out 1,000hp. This enables the FFZERO1 to hit 100km/h in less than three seconds. The top speed is north of 320km/h.
However, the major story about the FFZERO1 is the platform it sits on. The platform is a a bespoke, modular electric platform which will be the base for all of Faraday Future cars, that the company will produce. The company claims that the platform can be easily reconfigured to suit different vehicle types.
The FFZERO1 concept's exterior is made from a combination of carbon fibre and other composites. The exterior styling is done in such a way that air flow is directed in a way that allows for the battery packs to cool down.
The interiors features a single seat which is angled at 45 degrees to improve driver comfort. The steering wheel features a mount for a smart phone which can be used to control some of the driving features. All Faraday Future cars will also feature the the sensors needed to carry out autonomous driving functions.