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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Former Tesla employees makes a mysterious car, what is it?

Former Tesla employees has built a startup company named Faraday Future. They are trying to make a car with a seductive concept and planned to be ready to 'explode' at CES (Consumer Elctronics Show) to be held in January 2016.
A teaser image of Faraday Future’s first concept car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1IbTRKh)
Faraday Future will launch a  'fully-electric' vehicle and offers intelligent connectivity, as quoted from Auto Guide, November 24, 2015. Currently, the company has around 400 employees from various backgrounds and include former Tesla's famous employees, like Nick Sampson (former Director of Vehicle and Chassis Engineering).

Not only that, the former director of manufacturing, Dag Reckhorn also joined the Faraday Future team. There is also Alan Cherry, a former senior director of human resources and Tom Wessner, former purchasing director. Not to forget Richard Kim as head of design who is a former the BMW founding member and lead designer for the i3 and i8 concept.

Do not underestimate the Faraday Future, because they will be supported by Jia Yueting, a Chinese billionaire who now runs a technology company named Letv.  While One of Letv’s partners is Aston Martin. The company currently is aiming to launch its first production vehicle by 2017 and plans to invest as much as $1 billion into a new factory located in the US.
A teaser image of Faraday Future’s first concept car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1QOzXHU)
The model of 'Faraday Future' as yet unnamed features a battery with a capacity of 15% of more than 85kW-hr unit used by Tesla Model S. That means the possibility of having at least a 300-mile cruising. "We will start with a fully electric vehicle that will offer intelligent and seamless connectivity to the outside world," reads the official statement of the company.

But also disclosed the company will develop products "beyond the traditional electric vehicle" includes "unique ownership model, content in the vehicle and autonomous driving." *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | FARADAY FUTURE | AUTOGUIDE]
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