FF 91 2.0 Futurist Alliance Sets a New Lap Record in its Class at Buttonwillow Raceway Park
September 7th, the FF 91 2.0 Futurist Alliancebroke the fastest lap record in the SUV and Crossover categories as an All Ability aiHypercar at the world-renowned Buttonwillow Raceway Park, located north of Los Angeles, CA.
The FF 91 2.0
Futurist Alliancealso recently set a remarkable new record in its class at Willow Springson June 6th, achieving the fastest lap time of 1 minute and 35 seconds among ultimate luxury production EVs weighing over 6,000 pounds.
The Company launched the FF All-Hyper Global Racetrack Conqueror Plan during the “Developer Co-Creation Festival” at
Pebble Beachlast month.
The Company will hold a customized FF 91 2.0
Futurist Alliance“Delivery Co-Creation Day” for each spire user and FF Developer Co-Creation Officer that takes possession of the FF 91 2.0 Futurist Allianceduring the month of September.
A video of the
“This newest track record at
The Company recently launched the FF All-Hyper Global Racetrack Conqueror Plan during the “Developer Co-Creation Festival” at
The Company is currently planning a number of FF 91
As previously announced, one of the Company’s first Developer Co-Creation officers,
The Company plans to hold other customized Delivery Co-Creation events for FF 91 2.0
This series of “Delivery Co-Creation Day” events marks the Company's formal entry into the regular operation phase for sales, delivery, service, and user operations. Importantly, the Company is now positioned to pursue additional funding opportunities to enable the ramp of its production capacity to support the delivery of more vehicles.
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