Faraday Future to use the same Brake Supplier as Ferrari, Lamborghini on its FF91 Model

Written by Cláudio Afonso | info@claudio-afonso.com

Faraday Future announced on Monday that its FF91 Model will use Brembo as a supplier to the brake technology, as the main supplier of full brake caliper assembly. Brembo will provide a specialized caliper assembly for the FF 91. This includes assembly, pistons, calipers, and pads, along with the electronic parking brake — the company said. The system is constructed with six-piston cast aluminum front calipers and four-piston cast aluminum rear calipers designed to provide solid and consistent brake performance under all conditions.

Brembo, a world leader in braking systems, perfectly complements the requirements of an ultra-premium EV such as the FF 91,” said Carsten Breitfeld, Global Chief Executive Officer of Faraday Future. “High-performance braking will ensure driver confidence on the road and this partnership adds to the slate of premium suppliers that are part of the FF 91 production.

FF’s partnership with Brembo will ensure high-quality performance for the vehicle, along with safer vehicle operation for the driver and a safer vehicle experience for the passengers. The FF 91 is designed and built in California by the company’s global employees and supported by FF co-creators, with technology from top-tier suppliers across the globe. FF is on track to launch the FF 91 in Q3 2022.

Brembo has earned a position of unrivalled supremacy in the supply of original equipment for this segment, supplying products boasting cutting edge technology, reliability and design to Ferrari, Porsche and Aston Martin, and to Mercedes, Nissan, GM, Ford, Mitsubishi and others for their high performance versions.

The company also announced recently that will partner with Meta System to become the supplier of on-board power management module products. FF 91 EV and the upcoming FF 81 vehicles will be equipped with Meta System’s onboard battery charger. The system will feature 15.2 kW AC charging capability.

Recently, Faraday Future announced the launch of its “Born in California, Global DNA” brand campaign showcasing the company’s global partners for its flagship vehicle, FF 91. The FF 91 is designed and built in California and is “on track” to be launched in Q3 2022.

Written by Cláudio Afonso | info@claudio-afonso.com