Although we still have no clue when the Faraday Future FF 91 is coming out, the vehicle now has an official EPA range.
The FF 91 is officially certified with a 381-mile (613 km) range by the EPA. This is a huge win for Faraday, as the company hoped to hit the 300+ mile rating.
CEO of Faraday Future, Dr Carsten Breitfeld, had this to say in the announcement:
The confirmation of our 381 miles of range by the EPA is truly exciting news for FF and validates what we know about the FF 91: the segment leading FF 91 will be the first high-end, high-performance, luxury, intelligent EV and will reset customer expectations for both driver and passenger experience. (via InsideEVs)
Although we are not surprised by the announcement, we should note that Faraday has conveniently forgotten about one of the other major players in the luxury EV industry in its boastful claims.
The Lucid Air Dream Edition comes in at an industry-leading 520-mile EPA range, blowing the FF 91 out of the water.
The FF 91 looks to be putting together a solid EV that should do well on the market.
Currently, the FF 91 specs include:
- 1,050 horsepower from three electric engines
- 130 kWh battery
- A 0-60 mph in 2.39 seconds, and now,
- 381 miles of range
The FF 91 is still in pre-production for testing and evaluation, but the company hopes to begin series production and customer deliveries by year-end.