Instead, Faraday's CEO Carsten Breitfeld pitched a radical vision for a world in which cars become mobile, internet-enabled living spaces that combine the best features of your living room, office, and your smartphone.
To be fair, according to its own marketing Faraday Future (FF) is not a an automotive company, it's a “shared intelligent mobility ecosystem company.” And the company doesn't want its upcoming “ultra-luxury” vehicle, the FF 91, to just be your next car. The FF 91 is meant to be what FF calls “the third internet living space.” (The other two spaces are your home and workplace.) “Faraday Future’s mission is to change the concept of digital life when we are in our vehicles,” the company said.
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“We are now living an increasingly busy lifestyle, and we demand to be continuously connected anytime and anywhere. As we typically travel between home and our destinations every day, the car provides a safe and comfortable means of transportation, however, the time in transit is often considered 'down' time. FF is here to change that,” Breitfeld said. “Our goal is to make your daily commute the highlight of your day through a rich digital experience and give you back more time in your day.”
Specs released on the FF 91 were less about performance and more about how the vehicle will be engineered for maximum comfort. The seats are “Zero-Gravity Seats” that FF said were developed by borrowing principles from NASA spacecraft to evenly distribute body weight. The rear seats are each 14-way adjustable and have 4-way adjustable lumbar support.
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