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Formula E involvement aids development and marketing.

"Where there is smoke, there is fire."

The video explores the hardships and the insights from the FF91's record run.

Finally, some good news for the company.

It's 1 million square feet, a third of the original factory's planned footprint.

We are shocked - shocked - to hear this news.

The plan is to purchase a pre-existing facility.

The race was just another step in the car's development.

Despite a technical problem, the FF91 made it to the top.

California-based startup will take on Tesla in Colorado.

Electric vehicle startup Faraday Future debuts a video series with a focus on stability control systems in advance of its Pikes Peak effort.

FF 91 is an EV from Faraday Future. This video, first posted to the Faraday Future YouTube page, gives us one of our closest looks at the all-electric crossover. The automaker is scheduled to begin building production vehicles by 2018.

US headquarters of Faraday Future's Chinese backer may be in doubt.

This $260 million injection of cash couldn't come at a better time.

The cocoon-like concept features a "digital companion."

Just how close is it to the FF91?

The FF91 will face off against Unplugged Performance Model S P100D in July.

You'll be able to livestream the action this year, too.

The startup automaker still hopes its FF91 is out by the end of next year.

Faraday Future had planned to build a Nevada factory at about three million square feet, but is now setting up a plant at about a quarter of that size.

LeEco CEO says less than $300,000.

We can expect FF's "Tesla killer" to be somewhat cheaper here in the US.

Suffice it to say, opinions are divided.

There's a lot to be skeptical about.

Faraday Future unveiled FF 91 crossover-style vehicle at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

We don't know how many opted for the $5,000 priority reservation.

There's a lot riding on this new electric vehicle.

It's FF versus the world at CES 2017.

It's a fast-forward revolving door at FF.

The first production FF model is scheduled to be unveiled at CES in just a few days.

Bankruptcy rumors, and now two high-profile departures?

We're not sure what's going on, but one thing's for sure: it ain't good.


The goal was to make it accelerate. It seems the goal was achieved.

It can't be fully production ready like this, but we'll still take a look.

Behind you!

And some of you thought this would never happen.

Were you worried?

"It will be a long while before there is a production car. If CES goes badly, it's all over."

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