Faraday Future says it is abandoning plans to build a new factory in Las Vegas. It will look for an existing manufacturing site instead. Will the company ever build cars?
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Faraday Future has given up on its plans to build a second factory in San Francisco Bay. Is this the end of the line for the electric car upstart?
The NIO Eve was unveiled at the South By Southwest show last week. The self driving car may have a range of up to 600 miles according to initial reports.
We reported recently on the apparent — and not too surprising — implosion of Faraday Future’s plans to develop an enormous 3-million-square-foot electric vehicle manufacturing facility in Nevada.
A new report paints an ugly picture of the chaos and fiscal uncertainty of would-be Tesla competitor Faraday Future.
The Faraday Future front page now shows a countdown clock leading up to the reveal of its first production car at CES 2017 on January 3. The silhouette of the car will be filled in graphically between now and then.
Remember CODA, Th!nk, and Project Better Place? They’ll soon be joined by Lucid, which plans to beat Tesla with a 1,000 HP, $100,000 electric sedan. Uh huh.
Lucid Motors will build a $700 million factory in Casa Grande, Arizona southeast of Phoenix to produce its first premium electric cars. Production is scheduled to begin in 2018.
Lucid Motors brought a prototype sedan to the LA auto show. The car is shorter and lower than a full size sedan but is said to feel like “an executive jet” on the inside. Will it ever get built?
Faraday Future is teasing us with video of its upcoming electric crossover, but is it too little, too late from the would-be Tesla competitor?
LeEco unveiled its LeSEE concept electric car in San Francisco yesterday. Faraday Future says its production concept car will appear at CES 2017.
NextEV opened a new office in Silicon Valley this week. The company expects to sell its cars first in China before bringing them to market in other countries around the world.