On January 4, 2016, the innovative American company Faraday Future unveiled its first vehicle. A concept of the electric super sports car FFZERO1 with over 1,000 electric horsepower  debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas!

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Faraday Future's FFZERO1 is a single-seat racecar, where the driver has to sit at a reclined, 45-degree angle. Such sitting position is said to improve blood circulation and increase driver's attention to what is going on the road during a fast drive – any by 'fast' we mean extremely fast. Its powertrain consists of 4 Quad Core Motors withover 1,000 horsepower, making FFZERO1 accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in less than three seconds. And it keeps accelerating even after it has reached 320 km/h!

Helping to achieve greater control of the vehicle there is intuitive UI for integration between virtual and head-up displays, making the car fully-connected. The car aslo features smartphone-connected remote vehicle setup and anticipatory personalization. With the smartphone, the driver is able to monitor all vital functions of the car at all times. FFZERO1 is said to be capable of fully automated drive.

The car's performance is boosted by its extra-ordinary aerodynamic exterior with a carbon fiber and lightweight composite construction. Aerodynamic tunnel reduces drag, improves power efficiency, increases top speeds and redirects cooled air across battery and motor surfaces. Faraday Future also uses FFZERO1 to show a new modular platform, which will serve as the basis for all their future models. It is very adjustable in terms of dimensions, so they can install various types (sizes) of battery packs.

Jan. 5, 2016 Driving photo: Faraday Future

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