Faraday Future has introduced the long-announced FF 91 electric car

California-based Faraday Future has been announcing a luxury electric car for five years, and has now finally officially unveiled it at its Hanford plant.

It is a model called FF 91 that is ready for production, and the goal of the first produced copy is to offer the public an insight into what to expect when the car is on the market. Matt Tall, vice president of production at Faraday Future, confirmed that this is the version closest to the production model so far. He added that this pre-production copy will "reset the expectations of customers with incomparable driving and travel experience".

The FF 91 will be a rival to Tesla's Model X, and is based on Faraday's own variable platform. It is powered by three electric motors that deliver an impressive 1,050 hp and 1,800 Nm of torque. The car accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.39 seconds, and its 130 kWh battery should give it a range of 608 km.

The interior is also impressive and will be "crowded" with screens of various sizes, including a large 27-inch screen for rear seat passengers.

The FF 91 is expected to cost around $ 200,000.