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Faraday Future’s FF 91 is an SUV-shaped supercar with a lot of promises to keep

Melissa Riofrio | Jan. 5, 2017
It’ll park and drive itself. It’ll get to know you and your preferences. What’s unknown is whether it’ll make it to mass production.

A lot of people expect Faraday Future to fail. The company has many interesting ideas and seems committed to its EV mission, but it may just plain run out of money and executives before it can reach the point of sustainability. Even the self-driving tech looks a little shaky, as an FF 91 balked at driving onstage during the last part of the presentation. But if enthusiasm and optimism can combat adversity, the Faraday Future executives that remain displayed gobs of it. Nick Sampson’s last words at the close of the event were almost poignant in their defiance: “Despite all the naysayers and skeptics,” he said, “we will persist. We will carry on.” 

 

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