If any of you have been keeping track of CES2017 and know what CES is you would probably already know this but this video is relatedto very interesting development at CES over the past 24hours.
It seems Tesla Has a New Huge Competitor.
First off if you’re Not Familiar With TeslaHere’s A Quick Rundown.
Tesla is one of the largest leading companiesin the electric car market.
They produce some of the best electric vehiclesaround.
Some of the works include the Tesla ModelS and the Tesla Model X.
The Model S ,ACCORDING TO TESLA, “is designedfrom the ground up to be the safest, most exhilarating sedan on the road.
With unparalleled performance delivered throughTesla’s unique, all-electric powertrain, Model S accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in as littleas 2.
Model S comes with Autopilot capabilitiesdesigned to make your highway driving not only safer, but stress free.
” And the Model S Has the same goal in Mind.
But what had this new competitor Brought tothe battle field.
Well, Something really amazing.
Well, this new Competitor is Called FaradayFuture.
The mysterious Faraday Future has treatedCES attendees to a demo of its FF 91 electric car with self-driving capabilities, whichit says is ready to take on Tesla in the next generation of road wars.
The car’s 130 kWh battery offers a range of378 miles and can reach 0-60 mph in 2.
39 seconds, Faraday Future says.
It’s packed with smart features – so it canrecognise who you are as you approach and adjust the driving position accordingly, forexample – but even though it appeared on stage in Las Vegas, the car won’t be out until 2018.
Although that’s sad for many people whoexpected it to come out this year, the vehicle itself is a huge achievement.
Faraday Future’s first car, which has beenteased for over a year, is an electric vehicle with autonomous driving capabilities thatit claims outstrip those of Tesla.
And in reality I think a little bit of rivalrybetween the two companies is good.
It pushes each side to create more greaterworks.
Some more FF 91 Features are that While itsself-driving technology includes the ability to park once the driver has left the car it’sowners can summon it to pick them up from a designated place using an app, dependenton local restrictions on autonomous vehicles.
Having launched two and a half years ago,the company has come under fire for failing to deliver on its ambitious promises.
Its team of more than 1,000 employees, whichinclude former Tesla, Apple, Google, BMW and Nasa staff.