Just days ago, news surfaced that two FF executives, Marco Mattiacci and Joerg Sommer had left the company. Mattiacci, formerly of Scuderia Ferrari, had taken on the position of chief brand and commercial officer, and ex-Volkswagen executive Sommer spent three months at FF as product marketing and growth vice president.
Faraday Future is scheduled to unveil its first production vehicle at CES in Las Vegas. Not much of the car has been seen yet, but teaser images published a couple days ago show the vehicle's interior; even the seats have had their share of conflict recently, as their developer, Futuris Automotive sued Faraday Future for $10 million over unpaid bills. After the matter was settled, it became apparent that the seats in question cannot even be produced due to a clause in the settlement. Work at FF's future factory site in Nevada has also reportedly stopped.