Faraday Future is back in the news, and this time, it is on a positive note. The company took to the Pikes Peak race track, set 14,115 feet high on Pikes in North America, and has set a new record for the fastest lap time there, yet. The Pikes Peak race track is nearly 20 kilometres long, and has 156 turns and 4,720 feet of ascent along the arguably difficult terrain, and Faraday Future's production-designed FF91 electric vehicle completed the course in 11 minutes, 25.083 seconds. This is the fastest time set on this course, beating the previous record holder - incidentally also an EV manufacturer focused on futuristic vehicles, by nearly 23 seconds. The previous record holder was the Tesla Model S.
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