Faraday Future has something to show.
Faraday Future is slowly coming out of the shadows, releasing its first-ever pre-production FF91 off its assembly line in California.
Its pre-production vehicle serves as proof its entire end-to-end manufacturing processes, including supplier parts and internal labor workflows, are finalized.
We’ve built our 1st pre-production #FF91 using thousands parts from top-tier suppliers from around the world. I firmly believe that the industry and users will reap the benefits of the “new species” we all worked so hard to create. #ElectricCar #Automotive @FaradayFuture pic.twitter.com/4HHfxS51rj
— YT Jia (@YTJiaFF) August 28, 2018
Here is a short teaser clip by Faraday on the accomplishment.
The EV will roar out the gates with a 0-to-60 mile per hour time of under 3 seconds with a 300-mile range and 1,050 horsepower.
Earlier this year, the company made waves with a $2 billion investment received by a Chinese equity firm taking a 45 percent stake in the company, which led to factory construction and its first body shell.
At the moment, its Hanford, Calif. factory is in the process of hiring more than 1,000 workers.
Look for it to go into production in the first half of 2019.