Faraday Future countdown to CES 2017 live stream reveal

The countdown to the Faraday Future live stream reveal during CES 2017 has now entered its final few hours, and will be the time we finally get to see the new FFZERO1 car, which is expected to demand a price of around $200,000. Not only that, but the company also released a new video yesterday, which while they suggest is a tease does not really show us anything, and so we do hope that the new carmaker finally gives us something we can sink our teeth into later today.

What time will Faraday Future finally unveil their car that they believe is the Tesla killer? This will take place at 6PM PST January 3, 2017, which is 11PM EST and 02:00 GMT (UK time) January 4, 2017. You can see the countdown clock on the official Faraday Future website.


It will certainly be interesting to see if this startup will finally be able to put the fears from skeptics at rest because there has been a great deal of fear that the company is a shame and will never release a production version of its planned electric vehicle. We really do hope that those backers finally get to see something for their investment this year – although we are sure there are still those that doubt this just as those doubt a friction version of Elio Motors car this year either.

Little is known about the new car, which is expected to be named FFZERO1, but claims of a top speed of 200 miles per hour is what has resulted in many people being interested in this EV, although it will be interesting to see just what sort of range it will have, and what sort of battery capacity it will have also.

So, we will finally get a release date from Faraday Future today for their first car?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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