Faraday Future unveils the FF 91 e-SUV for USA and China
U.S.-Chinese joint startup Faraday Future has shared the interior shots of its first production-ready vehicle, the all-electric crossover SUV named FF 91. There is much to look at, so hop in.
The car attracts much attention to its numerous touch-enabled displays scattered around the entire inner space. The largest one measures a whopping 27 inches across and serves as a source of entertainment for the rear passengers. It slides out from under the roof and can also be controlled via the touch panel built into the center armrest.
The driver has access to an 11.6-inch digital dashboard, an electronic rear view mirror and a HUD display. Aside from these, there is also the 15.4-inch infotainment screen (the system is AI-powered), a dedicated display for the front passenger, and climate control panels built into the doors.
The model packs a whole range of electronic driver aids, the main highlight coming in the form of a self-driving system armed with 10 cameras, 13 radars and 12 ultrasonic sensors.
The SUV will go on sale priced from U.S. $200,000.
Editor Andrew Raspopov