Faraday Future

Faraday Future Previews Fleet of FF91s at Its Los Angeles Headquarters

Beleaguered electric car startup Faraday Future has issued a sneak peek of its flagship FF91 supercar in action.

In a recent Facebook post, the brand release a short, 20-second clip of a fleet of FF91s exiting a garage, cruising in unison in its Los Angeles, Calif. based headquarter's parking lot before a call to action appears to "Reserve Yours at FF.com."

"Our growing fleet of beta cars is ready to be deployed to testing grounds for system refinement and calibration as we keep pushing FF 91 to the limit," reads the caption.

Th FF91 is Faraday Future's flagship vehicle, an inspired Tesla competitor promising 1,050 horsepower using a 130kWh battery pack and three electric motors. Other specifications include a claimed 0-60 mph time of 2.39 seconds and a 300-plus mile range using standard lithium-ion batteries.

"Smart" features are also integrated into the ride, with facial recognition and a unique "FFID profile" specific to each vehicle which delivers on-screen content and vehicle preferences depending on the driver.