Faraday Future

Faraday Future is a Los Angeles based start-up, founded by Chinese businessman Jia Yueting in 2014, focused on the development of electric vehicles.

Faraday Future plans to begin selling their first luxury vehicle - the FF 91 - by the end of the 2020 with a sticker price of well over $100,000. Amenities will include lots of screens and reclining rear seats that, the company said, use NASA technology to distribute the passenger’s weight evenly. The car "is meant to be a niche player in the luxury segment" according to Faraday Future.

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