FF 91 Completes Longest Road-Test Among the Global Ultra-Luxury EV Class

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(Source: Faraday Future)

Faraday Future Intelligent Electric Inc. (“FF”) announced on Monday that it had recently completed a 3,653 km long-distance road test following the historic US Route 66.

The completion of the real-world long-distance road test and the durability test of the vehicle’s battery and propulsion components further progresses FF 91 production timeline.

In the coming months, FF will produce more vehicles for further testing, vehicle development, improvement, and before finalizing preparations for delivery in 2022.

FF global CEO Dr. Carsten Breitfeld has played a pivotal role in this Route 66 test. He drove much of the trip and also used the rear intelligent internet system and in-car video conference system from the rear-seat to participate in daily FF meetings along the way.

The FF 91 Futurist Alliance Edition and FF 91 Futurist models have an industry-leading 1050 horsepower and the industry’s largest 130kWh battery pack featuring immersive liquid cooling technology.

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Dr. Carsten Breitfeld said, “FF’s overall testing and validation strategy will ensure best-in-market performance, safety and user confidence, and to make sure the battery, electric propulsion, chassis, suspension and other vehicle systems perform under these harsh conditions, all while ensuring a smooth and comfortable experience between the driver and passengers in the FF 91.”