In August, FF revealed that its first pre-production car, FF91, was about to go offline.
At the first global supplier summit earlier this year, Jia Yueting said that FFs short-term goal is to achieve the goal of delivering FF91 successfully by the end of 2018, and its long-term goal is to achieve annual sales of millions.
Then in June, FF announced that Hanford plant had been licensed by the local government to start large-scale construction and that the first batch of production equipment had been installed. At the same time, it also announced that FF received the first round of financing of $2 billion, and Evergrande shares.
Although Xu Jiayin visited FF in the United States later, FF and Hengda finally went to court and prosecuted each other.
The production of FF91 is worrying. Moreover, on December 13, the California Central Court approved the application of the creditor Shanghai Lazy Finance Asset Management Co., Ltd. to freeze 33% of the FF company owned by Faraday Future (Faraday Future, FF) CEO Jia Yueting, and issue temporary restraint orders to four California luxury houses owned by Jia Yueting. (quiet)
Source: Liable Editor of Netease Science and Technology Report: Yao Liwei_NT6056