The flagship EV from Faraday Future is unexpectedly competitive and outperforms the Tesla Model S

Faraday Future's FF 91 has outperformed Tesla's Model S to some extent by outperforming it in a number of crucial areas

despite the fact that it may be difficult to believe that a start-up tech company from California that you have probably never heard of could surpass

Through its recent survival and success, Faraday Future has demonstrated its worth.

The firm's FF 91 production model car, which is currently up for presale despite early setbacks

epitomises all the company stands for in its all-electric, autonomous driving-capable, and technologically advanced form. 

 The FF 91 is at the front of the EV pack because to its bigger battery pack, more powerful engine

The large sedan was originally intended to be a rival to Tesla's Model S. While it does not consistently outperform Tesla

its incredible performance on the Pikes Peak track demonstrates that it is a more than adequate rival.

The Faraday Future FF 91, the company's flagship model and its first production car, lives up to the expectations. 

The manufacturer's variable platform architecture (VPA), which houses the battery, engine

The FF Echelon Inverter, a patented design from the business, overcomes various issues with manufacturing, power density