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Faraday Future opens reservations for the “FF 91”; $5,000 for “priority access”, “standard reservations” are free


Faraday Future’s unveiling livestream hasn’t even started yet, and already the link to reserve a car has gone live on their website (edit: post updated with the first image available of the car, from the livestream).  The website mentions “priority reservations” which require a fully refundable deposit of $5,000, which then makes you eligible to upgrade your reservation to an “Alliance Edition” spot when that is announced in the spring.

The “Alliance Edition” will be limited to 300 units with priority delivery, and include an exclusive exterior color (“Silicon Valley Aluminum”), exclusive external badging, a different digital interface inside the car, and membership in Faraday Future’s “Futurist Club.” A portion of the Alliance Edition sales will be donated to environmental protection, though the organizations to which this money will be donated are not specified.

There are also “standard reservations” available which require nothing more than making an account on the website and clicking the “book a spot now” button.  These show interest for the car and get you a spot in line behind the priority reservation holders who plunked down $5k for their spot in line.

If you want to be one of the first, head over to their site and book your spot now.

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