Introducing Faraday Future Concept Car Unveiled In CES 2016

Introducing Faraday Future Concept Car Unveiled In CES 2016.

According to the company, this is the first production car look to like different, and it's expecting to come in two years.

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

The aerodynamic tunnel that runs through the center of the vehicle’s body reduces drag, resulting in greater power efficiency, higher top speeds, and optimal battery and motor cooling as it redirects air across the car’s internal surfaces.

Building a supercar may not seem like the most obvious decision for a producer of electric vehicles and new mobility solutions to make. But, Nick and Richard's teams saw the FFZERO1 Concept as a remarkable opportunity to explore and amplify the design and engineering ideas that they were developing for our production vehicles.

Faraday Future’s engineering team was particularly eager to experiment with their new Variable Platform Architecture (VPA), a unique system developed for electric vehicles that combines structural stability with extensive modularity.

The driver’s seat was inspired by NASA ‘zero gravity’ design, offering an unparalleled sense of weightlessness and reduced driver fatigue.

Company goal was to build a car with a sixth sense for its driver's intentions and needs – one with adaptive personalization, seamless transfer of custom vehicle configurations, access to live images, and real time data visualization.


  •  4 Quad Core Motors with over 1,000 horsepower
  •  0-60 in less than 3 seconds
  •  Top speed: +200MPH


  •  Single seat occupancy surrounded by newly developed high-performance materials
  •  A fully-connected car featuring intuitive UI for integration between virtual and head-up displays
  •  Smartphone-connected remote vehicle setup and anticipatory personalization; capable of live analysis of vehicle systems.


  •  Innovative carbon fiber and lightweight composite construction
  •  Advanced high-performance racing suspension
  •  Advanced vehicle dynamic control and torque vectoring
  • Radically reduced drag and battery cooling through aero tunnel design

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