Faraday Future officially launches the FF 91


Faraday Future has announced the official market launch of its debut model FF 91. The price is now also known: The currently cheapest version starts at $249,000 (€233,000), and the limited top model is significantly more expensive.

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The electric car startup is asking an impressive 309,000 US dollars (289,400 euros) for the FF 91 2.0 Futurist Alliance, which is limited to 300 units worldwide. 249,000 dollars for the FF 91 2.0 Futurist. Both versions are equipped with three electric motors providing 783 kW of total power and a 142 kWh battery pack for an estimated 381 miles (613 kilometres) of range under the US EPA standard.

The FF 91 2.0 is also listed on the website, but no data or prices were given so far.

The US-Chinese company had started production of its debut model FF 91 at the end of the first quarter of 2023 – five years later than initially planned. The current announcement states that the “technological architecture has been comprehensively updated and revised since the introduction of the FF 91 six years ago” – hence the talk of the FF 91 2.0.

The first phase of the market launch is to start in June. As reported, those who have paid for the vehicle in full will be “trained to use their vehicle” as part of the “Industry Expert Futurist Product Officer (FPO) Co-Creation Delivery”. However, they will not receive their FF 91 until the start of Phase 2 – which is scheduled to begin at the end of the second quarter. But to start Phases 2 and 3 (delivery to private customers), the company says it needs more funding.

In addition to the vehicle, Faraday Future has now unveiled a mobile ecosystem product ‘FF aiHypercar+’. “FF’s mobility ecosystem products include software, internet, vehicle services, personalised AI algorithms and even special hardware versions tailored to specific user needs. These products are relevant to vehicle use and the user’s special rights,” the statement said. FF aiHypercar+”, which is relevant for vehicle use, is well priced by the company: In the USA, a subscription price of 14,900 US dollars per year is due.

Update 18 August 2023

Faraday Future has announced the first delivery of its debut model FF 91 to a customer. The first example of the FF 91 2.0 Futurist Alliance was handed over to PCM in Costa Mesa in southern California on 12 August. Further special handover ceremonies for other customers are planned. Faraday Future officially started production of the FF 91 at the end of March, five years later than originally planned. At the end of May, the company then also announced the prices: The currently cheapest version of the FF 91 starts at 249,000 dollars, the top model FF 91 2.0 Futurist Alliance, limited to 300 units worldwide, costs 309,000 US dollars (configurator), (update)


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