Having an advanced design and technology, FFZERO1 is the first Faraday Future concept EV (electric vehicle). It was unveiled at the International Consumer Electrics Show 2016 at Las Vegas.
At the International Consumer Electrics Show (CES) at Las Vegas in 2016, Faraday Future unveiled its first concept car. This autonomous or self-governing Batmobile-like car named the FFZERO1 is an all-electric racing car.
The “Zero” in the car name signifies the status of the concept vehicle, and the “1” means the first-ever edition in this model. It is based on a customized, modular electric platform called the Variable Platform Architecture (VPA).
Let’s know about the impressive features of this all-electric racer.
The exterior bodywork of the car is made up of carbon-fiber and composites. The styling and air tunnel design channel the cooling air to the battery packs. The rear-fin could be used as a digital canvas to display the name of driver and race.
The smooth, flowing surfaces are built by aerodynamics for driver efficiency and performance. Its angular structure offers directional stability and increased aerodynamics, doubling a digital canvas to display the vehicle charge level, driver name & track position.
Augmented reality displays could be projected onto the windscreen, and a mobile phone mounted on the steering wheel is used to control certain driving functions. These cars also come pre-equipped with sensors required to conduct autonomous functions.
The NASA-inspired zero gravity design makes the driver feel a sense of weightlessness. The seat drastically decreases the stress on the driver’s body at high speeds.
The car’s UI visualizes velocity and data flow intuitively to & from the vehicle. It displays info attractively and preemptively for better driver safety. This advanced car offers personalization, seamless implementation of vehicle configurations, and effortless access to real-time data.
It has a smartphone dock in the steering wheel and utilizes amplified reality to project things onto the roadway in front of the driver. The driver’s smartphone is directly connected to the car and allows real-time data visualization and interaction. The car’s app is used to configure settings like traction control and throttle response for a personalized experience.
Source: Faraday Future
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