Faraday Future Debuts FF Zero 1 Concept Car At CES 2016
Faraday Future jumps off CES 2016 by debuting their FF Zero 1 Concept Car on Monday. Hitting the show floor, the concept vehicle looks like a futuristic Batmobile from its sharp, yet sleek design. For the prototype Faraday Future went with a Variable Form Architecture that allows multiple body styles to be built on top of the same chassis, thereby allowing the company to produce more cars at a faster pace, for multiple models.
Even though many may want to see this car hitting the scene soon for the auto industry, the company is making sure everything is perfect before lauching it officially.
“Apple didn’t just transform the phone, they transformed the way we lived our lives, and we want to do that, too,” Faraday Future product architect Nick Sampson told the packed house. “We are embarking on nothing less than a complete rethink of what mobility means.”
At the invitation-only event the state’s governor and city major attended the event as they help to negotiate a $1 billion deal with the Chinese-backed Faraday to build the first manufacturing plant north of Las Vegas.
Now growing to a team of 750 and looking to expand to 4500, the rising tech is made of other tech gaints such as Tesla, BMW and Apple.
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