Faraday Future Is No Threat For Tesla, Here's Why
During the CES 2017, Faraday Future unveiled the FF91. The company was ahead of Tesla in unveiling an electric car with outstanding features. With Faraday Future's latest venture in the electric car industry, it could deliver something even better than the Tesla Model S, which is considered as the best by today's standards. However, speculations abound that Elon Musk is not worried about the company since it could never beat Tesla.
Faraday Future's Electric Car Ventures
Faraday Future is one of the companies that aim to produce the best electric car that would put Tesla to shame. During the exclusive CES event, the company revealed its newest baby -the FF91. This car is said to deliver a 1050hp (783kW) electric motor. This car has a 130 kWh battery pack, which will allow it to for about 378mi (608km). Aside from that, the car has an awesome charging ability since it can fully charge an empty battery in just 45 minutes as detailed in Gizmodo.
Tesla Is Still King
Despite Faraday Future's small success at the CES it remains to be a smaller competition for Tesla, which has been in the industry for years. The company is currently behind the best electric cars in the world. The quality of the products from Tesla improved through in-depth research about the industry. In fact, it took the company 13 years to figure out some of the essential things about running an electric car.
While Faraday Future's big reveal was such a huge hit at the CES, it does not say much about the company's abilities. The company is still starting and even now, it is facing several lawsuits not to mention serious debt problems. Faraday made it clear that it is competing against Tesla but its own technology is no match for Elon Musk's electric car company. While Faraday Future might make good on its promise to deliver the FF91 and make something even better, it will take time before it can outrank Tesla.
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