Faraday Future will race the FF91 at Pikes Peak

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Faraday Future employees have been doing a lot of talking since we first learned about the company in late 2015. The problem with that is they only started backing it all up in January at CES, when we finally got a look at — and more importantly, a ride in — the FF91, the mass-market electric vehicle Faraday plans to build. That car now has a new test ahead of it that will take place in the public eye, because Faraday has entered the FF91 in this year’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.

The Hill Climb takes place in June, and it’s a 101-year-old competition where drivers race their cars through 156 turns and 12.42 miles in an attempt to set the fastest time — all while climbing nearly a mile to the 14,115-foot summit. The FF91 will…

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