Faraday Future has been on a roll lately, releasing teaser after teaser of their new FF production model which should feature all of their new technology, including the world’s most energy dense batteries.
I like Faraday Future a lot; simply, because they do things differently and they try to innovate despite their harsh current economical situation. There is probably nothing more appalling than the traditional do-it till it’s dead car manufacturers. Sadly, most car makers stick to the “if it works, don’t change it” concept, which put the auto industry in a safe-zone status.
Mirrors can warn you, but they can’t save you. They can reflect, but they can’t react. We need something sharper. Experience a new point-of-view at #CES2017. Stay connected: https://ev.ff.com/2gZ4yDv#FirstForward
Posted by Faraday Future on Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Faraday Future is re-inventing the wheel, sort of like Koenigsegg with their own in house built methodology. They decided to get rid of the traditional rear-view side mirror and place a camera instead. Although the concept has been introduced years before, no one put it into production.
Slated for the CES 2017, the FF is expected to be the fastest electric car on the market according to Faraday Future. But why did they decided to use the new camera innovation? Faraday says: “Mirrors can warn you, but they can’t save you. They can reflect, but they can’t react. We need something sharper. Experience a new point-of-view at #CES2017.”
Besides having the world’s most energy dense batteries, the FF also includes new unique headlights and taillights, a new revolutionary wheel design and immense acceleration off the line.