Friday, April 22, 2016

Faraday Future says it's been testing its first EV for almost a year

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People have been worried if Faraday Future (FF) would ever build a car. Turns out, it's been testing its first model for "almost a year," according to a company press release.

So far, the test car has been subjected to some seriously rigorous extreme-weather testing. It's been pushed to the max in temperatures from searing heat of summertime desert roads to severe cold-weather conditions well below zero on the Fahrenheit scale.

Before you keep your eyes peeled for a camouflaged FFZERO1 rolling through your town, the car FF is testing is a mule. In the automotive industry, a mule is a car that has the technical components of a future model, like the powertrain, the suspension, the electrical architecture, the battery, the control system, but it doesn't necessarily have the production exterior components. Read more...

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