Le-"Eco" Launched Electric Car Against Tesla, Also Launched Android Mountain Bike



The US electric vehicle start-up Faraday Future, And Chinese internet company LeEco’s billionaire founder Jia Yueting, has unveiled its first electric car in Las Vegas on Tuesday to be produced and sold in 2018.

The Company  Says The  first electric car, FF91,  is the fastest in the world, as it pits itself against rivals like Tesla.

The company says the FF 91 can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 2.39 seconds, slightly faster than Tesla’s Model S vehicle that can manage the same in 2.5 seconds, and significantly quicker than Ferrari’s 488 GTB sports car, which takes 3 seconds.

The FF 91, which Faraday calls a “new species” of vehicle that will “reformat the future of mobility”, packs a peak power of 1,050 horsepower, the company said.

The car is fitted with a 130 kWh battery, which the company claims is the world’s highest density battery with a total range exceeding 700 kilometres per charge.

Faraday is taking online reservations for the FF 91 from eager consumers who are willing to put down a refundable US$5,000 deposit, although it did not reveal a final price for the vehicle.
Despite the incomplete construction of Faraday’s factory in North Las Vegas, it claimed that the first 300 units will arrive by 2018.

Consumers in China can also place a deposit of 50,000 yuan to reserve a car on Faraday’s website, according to Claudius Meynert, the company’s chief representative in China.

And Also Launched Android Based Mountain bike:

LeEco has launched two smart bicycles, the Smart Road Bike and Smart Mountain Bike, ahead of CES 2017 on Tuesday. The bicycles run LeEco's own Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based 'BikeOS' and come with a touchscreen display that provides users with turn-by-turn navigation with the help of integration with Here maps.

The new smart bicycles from LeEco will be available in North America from second quarter of 2017 and will be available for attendees to see at CES 2017. No pricing has been mentioned.

The 4-inch touchscreen display on the two bikes is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 410 processor. The bicycles feature a 6000mAh rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
The smart bicycles are set to launch in the USA in Q2 2017.

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