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Tesla Model S P100D Is No Longer The World’s Quickest

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If you liked to brag about your Tesla Model S P100D being the quickest electric car you are going to be fuming as you have lost your bragging rights thanks to Faraday Future.

Faraday Future is the electric car start-up company and they have just revealed their first vehicle, the FF 91. The luxury SUV will be debuting at the 2017 Consumer Electric Show and while this is still in the concept stage, it has been said it will become a reality in 2018.

The FF 91 has people excited thanks to the performance it promises to offer. The top of the range version has the 130kWh battery, which is said to offer up 387 miles range. It will be able to reach 60mph from standstill in only 2.39 seconds and offer up a.1g of force. When it arrives on the market it is going to be the quickest production vehicle for accelerating.

You might think that’s all well and good as this is just talk but Faraday have shown off a video that does show the FF 91 beating the Ferrari 488 GTB and the Bentley Bentayga, along with the Tesla Model S P100D. The Model S coming in just behind it.

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