Faraday Future recently launched FF91 with more than 30 cameras to assist its comprehensive driving system, with up to 500 miles of driving per hour of charge thanks to its 200kW DC charging system. The FF91 can output 1050 horsepower, go 0-60 in just 2.34 seconds: faster than any other electric car right now. The Faraday Future FF91 bagged 65,000 reservations in a day and a half following its announcement at CES 2017 at Las Vegas.
Fiat Chrysler Portal EV Concept
The vehicle is equipped with a 100-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack that gives it an estimated driving range of more than 250 miles. It's also equipped with fast-charging capabilities that can add 150 miles in less than 20 minutes. This EV targeted at the millennial generation comes complete with a selfie camera. It’s fully connected to the Internet and cloud. Company claims that it can get you a 150-mile trip in just 15 minutes of charging.
Nissan Leaf was initially introduced in 2010. If you prefer your electric cars a little less futuristic, Nissan has announced a new version of its Leaf EV, which has proven immensely popular. The new version will be out “shortly” and will feature ProPILOT technology for autonomous driving on single-lane highways. Nissan spokesperson did mention at least one version of the new Leaf will have a range of 200 miles.
Ford integrated Amazon Alexa
This vehicle is quite different than others well it's not that futuristic but it has the voice assistant by Amazon, call Amazon Alexa. Ford always wanted to put Amazon Alexa in their cars, starting later this year. Ford has also invested $4.5 billion in its upcoming fleet of 13 EVs, revealing details on 7 of them during CES. Even if you have Amazon Echo at home you can do many things before reaching home from your car itself, this is cool, right?
Well, this totally looks like a vehicle from the future, as the design is very different from other vehicles recently introduced. Fully equipped with AI that learns who you are and what you like, the Concept-i is designed to bridge the gap between the way we feel about cars today and the cold, utilitarian vehicles most EV companies are planning. The concepts of AI and machine learning will be used to make this vehicle user-friendly and autonomous.