Faraday Future Unveils FFZERO1 Concept Electric Car At CES 2016

Posted: Jan 5 2016, 3:36am CST | by , in News | CES


Faraday Future Unveils FFZERO1 Concept Electric Car at CES 2016

A new car company called Faraday Future wants to challenge Tesla with 1,000hp electric space age car.

Faraday Future has revealed the stunning FFZERO1 Concept Electric Car at CES 2016. The 4 quad core motors deliver over 1,000hp and propel the FFZERO1 from 0 to 60mph in less than 3s. The top speed of the single seat rocket is over 200mph.

The first Faraday Future vehicle features a carbon fiber and composite construction and special air tunnel design for reduced drag and battery cooling. 

The FFZERO1 Concept vehicle is a test bed and a parallel study from which the company's design and engineering teams continue to draw inspiration and solutions for our future range of clean, intuitive electric vehicles.

Watch below the FFZero1 promo video that shows the car in action. It looks straight out of Tron, but is actually real.

Below you can explore the FFZero1 in a 360 degrees video.

The company is supposed to release the first production car in 2018. Faraday Future announced in December that they plan to select North Las Vegas, Nevada as the location for their $1 billion North American state-of-the-art production facility. 

Headquartered in California, Faraday Future is led by a global team of automotive and technology experts. The company’s nearly 500 employees in California have backgrounds spanning the energy, aerospace, design, automotive and technology industries. 

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CES 2016 will span 2.3 million net square feet of exhibit space featuring more than 3,600 exhibiting companies debuting the latest products and services across the entire consumer tech ecosystem. 

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