Faraday Future FF91 is the name of the luxury e-car, which is still in the process of being developed, but it already achieves enormous results. Another challenge for her was this year’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, where FF91 did very well indeed.

On the mountain roads of Colorado, the car set a new record for the fastest serial electric car with a time of 11 minutes and 25 seconds.

The word “serial” here is used quite conventionally, as the car has not yet entered serial production. The version that was flying with the 1050-horsepower on the road is still a prototype.

Driver and one of the main engineers Robin Shute said the car had some safety modifications, as well as smaller wheels and tires.

“My goal was to push the FF91 beyond what we thought she could do,” Shute said. “We were able to identify key battery-pack relay and system seal issues that will directly result in improvements in the production process. That’s what makes this a successful event for Faraday Future.”

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