Faraday Future still has plans to bring at least three electric vehicles to the market.
Faraday Future’s V9 concept previews a production model which is slated to be sold in China.
Faraday Future is teaming up with a new partner to launch a flagship electric vehicle in China.
Faraday Future is not dead yet, but its plans to construct a billion bucks facility in the U.S. definitely are.
The agreement with Evergrande Health stops the lawsuits and will allow Faraday Future to seek new investors.
The startup EV automaker remains largely under the control of China’s Evergrande real estate group.
Faraday Future is free to look for investment from around the world.
Faraday Future is also laying off everyone who joined the company after May 1st.
Yet another chapter in the story of Faraday Future is unfolding.
Faraday Future reportedly spent $800 million of an investor’s money and now wants out of a deal to give then a 45% stake in the company.
The electric crossover could have three electric motors and a combined output of 1074 hp.
The upcoming FF 91 could have outputs of 716 hp and 1074 hp.