What Separates Faraday Future
Being a very much so new brand it is there was no wonder that the range is all about trying to present very high specs to impress yet it is still a bit pricier than the competition as of now – though it is a top of the line level option no doubt.
A top of the line thanks to its range still and in spite of somewhat great specs and metrics across the board simply due to the size class makes Faraday Future look great compared to other EVs.
Still obviously to see how exactly good it is compared to other EVs on the market and other variants of cheaper tiers, it is crucial to see specific metrics. Based on that the comparison between the Faraday Future differences with other upcoming variants in the range just as well as other EVs come down to acceleration, the electric range, charging time and additional minor ones looking pretty major nevertheless. Based on a direct comparison to the preceding hybrid variants specs this is a step up so major in terms of performance and power that it immediately catapults this bigger size SUV into a mid level option class among its size class EVs. Surprisingly fast when compared to other EVs and range variants at 2.4 seconds getting from 0 to 6o miles – staying ways above the standard on the market by some good measure yet it has a cost disadvantage over it. Fortunately it stays above to what some other EV SUVs deliver it is in the neighbourhood of EPA certified electric range of somewhat mid level acceptable 378 miles. This sort of puts it into a top level category again as it allows for long distance traveling and the interstate one for sure.
Mentioning its charging capabilities this range does deliver a fairly quick result. It is capable of going fast as it will take 18 h 49 min to charge it 0-100% (charging speed ≈37 km/h) and if you charge it at a Tesla Supercharger or any other DC charging station, the car’s battery can accept up to 200 kW of power and you will be able to charge your Faraday Future FF 91 concept 0-100% in 97.5 minutes.