2017 Tesla Model 3 vs Faraday Future: Electrifying Battle

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One is due to be released next month, another is expected to be seen in showrooms in 2018. Both are going to be exceptionally handsome-looking, but how much of the Faraday Future’s handsomeness can overshadow that of the upcoming Tesla Model 3?

Faraday Future might be new to the automotive scene, but Tesla’s not too say a very experienced too (though there’s no denying the fact that they’ve been pretty consistent in their EV range). The former even insisted on applauding Tesla for creating something that’s worthy of admiration, and of course, that could be even more appreciative when Tesla starts rolling out its $35,000 Model 3 soon.

We’ve also heard of a possibility that the US-based Chinese-backed global company could propose a few aspects that could greatly differ their EV with Tesla’s. They have got plans to include a Variable Platform Architecture (VPA), which allows for modular motor and powertrain configurations, including layouts with up to 4 motors and two or all-wheel drive systems.

But would that be enough to knock Tesla down to the hard ground? We’ll just have to wait and see. In the meantime, maybe you could tell us your thoughts?

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  1. Elmo Guggitz

    February 3, 2016 at 7:45 am

    What a colossal failure of design! Who is the target market for this Faraday number? Comic con virgins? “Hey dude the chicks are gonna love this!” and then what? How are you going to take her for a ride when it seats 1!? So you give her the keys? And she drives to her hot boyfriend’s house!

    And what are the chances they’ll be not laughed at for having bought a comic book car?

    And have the designers seen the state of US roads? One good pothole and there will be batwing pieces all over the highway!

  2. George

    February 4, 2016 at 9:17 pm

    I Thought the choice to go with the concept car they presented at CES was a big mistake. Most people (like the commentor before) have not heard or did not pay attention to the fact that FF has no intention to build that concept car. It was only to point out the range of options available with the variable platform architecture.

    That being said I am very excited about the real car that FF has already designed and is implementing.