Faraday Future will launch the first batch of FF 91 deliveries at the end of May, and there will be new user benefits

Faraday Future to launch FF 91 deliveries by end of May with new user benefits

【PhoneAuto News】Currently, after a relatively long and bumpy development period, electric car company Faraday Future is finally about to start delivering their first mass-produced vehicle, the FF 91. According to official information, Faraday Future will hold the FF 91 & Faraday Future 2.0 launch event at 9:00 am on May 31st Beijing time. It is reported that during the May 31st event, the company will review Faraday Future’s journey, share the latest progress of the FF 91 model, demonstrate a brand new user experience, announce upgraded product and technical architecture, AI strategy, ecological products, service and sales, and co-creation and sharing platforms. They will also introduce the FF 91 delivery plan.

Recently, PhoneAuto noticed that according to reports from relevant media, based on information from multiple sources, Faraday Future will also launch the first stage of FPO (Futurist Product Officer) delivery of industry experts on May 31st local time in the United States, as promised during the first quarter financial report meeting. The first batch of users will have the opportunity to fully pay to experience the innovative FF 91 and lock in ownership of the product.

It is worth mentioning that Jia Yueting, the founder, partner, chief product and user ecology officer of LeEco, who is also the founder of Faraday Future, has previously written about the upcoming release of Faraday Future’s FF 91 vehicle. Jia Yueting stated that this model is a “nine-year sword” and a “luxurious new species of extreme intelligent technology, the world’s first new category”. According to previous information, Faraday Future’s first mass-produced car, the FF 91, was officially launched on April 15th of this year.

Currently, Faraday Future is still operating at a loss. It is reported that Faraday Future’s loss in the first quarter of 2022 was $153.1 million.

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