Faraday Future has announced a new partnership with Meta System to become the supplier of on-board power management module products for the FF 91 and upcoming FF 81 electric vehicles. Using Meta System’s onboard battery charger, the system will be capable of 15.2 kW AC charging.
The onboard power management components have already been delivered to Faraday’s plant in Hanford, California, and will be used in the launch of the FF 91 in Q3 2022. Faraday underlines that “with a focus on onboard charging, FF 91 will be outfitted with a fast, reliable system to ensure the vehicle is always ready for use”.
“Meta System’s deep understanding in power conversion of electrified powertrain systems, combined with its technologically advanced products with higher efficiency and safety standards, will allow the FF 91 to offer industry-leading AC charging capabilities, giving our drivers more time to spend behind the wheel,” said Geng Niu, Global Senior Director, Powertrain, for Faraday Future.
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