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Faraday Future's new SUV has styling that sets it apart from the larger sibling, it’s far more angular look and aggressive bodywork.
The company revealed to Business Insider that it will benefit from a $1.5 billion (about ₹9,628 crore) investment from a Hong Kong-based backer. The aim will be to have the FF91, the brand’s flagship, on the market by the end of 2018.
The brand’s ultra-aggressive attempt at bringing the FF91 to market have led the company into financial troubles and there are some doubts on whether the FF91 would ever make it to production.
The FF91 has a 130kWh battery pack and offers 700km of range. The smaller electric SUV may even offer more range.