The first step is downloading the FFZERO1 sketch from the FF site and printing it. After installing the app on your phone, point your phone's camera at the sketch to bring the various - and as-yet hypothetical - tech features to life using augmented reality. There's an X-Ray Mode for exploring the carbon fiber body, a Driver View to play around in the cockpit from your virtual seat reclined at 45 degrees, and an Exploded View to take the whole thing apart for close-ups of its individual bits.
If you're genuinely interested in the company, Faraday says its future road-legal products will incorporate the design DNA of the FFZERO1. The 1,000 horsepower and 200-mph top speed will remain with the concept, but the Variable Platform Architecture, the "UFO line" along the side of the car, and the app- and digital-content-heavy interior are expected to make the transition. We don't know when that will happen, but the advance preview is no more than a few clicks away.