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Faraday Future teases its first production EV in video

Faraday Future teases its first production EV in video

California-based electric vehicle startup Faraday Future has remained mostly quiet on its production car plans following the unveiling of its FFZero1 concept at this year's CES, back in January, but that may soon be changing. The company released a short video today teasing its upcoming production model, and while it's slim on details, it's enough to see that the EV will be less supercar concept, and more in line with the four-sedan/crossover segment.

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Faraday Future joins Formula E with Dragon Racing partnership

Faraday Future joins Formula E with Dragon Racing partnership

As the Formula E electric car racing series ends its second season in London this weekend, the new EV startup Faraday Future has announced its participation starting with season three this fall. Faraday Future, which made waves in January with the unveiling of its FFZero1 supercar concept, says it has entered into a technical partnership and sponsorship deal with Dragon Racing, one of the 10 existing Formula E teams.

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Faraday Future gets self-driving car test permission

Faraday Future gets self-driving car test permission

Faraday Future has become the latest automaker to be granted autonomous vehicle testing approval in California, though what exactly the clandestine startup will be trialling is unclear. The permission, confirmed today by the California Department of Motor Vehicles, makes Faraday Future the fourteenth company to get the green light to experiment publicly with self-driving cars.

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Faraday Future breaks ground in Nevada for its $1b EV factory

Faraday Future breaks ground in Nevada for its $1b EV factory

Until last year, the name "Faraday Future" was barely known even in automotive industry. These days, the startup is causing a stir in the media, promising to outdo Tesla in its own electric vehicle game. Although it doesn't even have a working prototype yet, at least nothing that the public can see, Faraday is revving up its engines to make that promise a reality. It has just hosted its ceremonial ground breaking that signifies the start of its $1 billion factory in, where else, the state of Nevada.

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Aston Martin announces electric car partnership with Faraday Future

Aston Martin announces electric car partnership with Faraday Future

Aston Martin has a new partner in developing its previously announced all-electric RapidE concept: Chinese tech firm LeEco (previously known as LeTV). The two companies announced that they are forming a joint-venture with a plan to have the 800hp RapidE available by 2018. What's more interesting is that Faraday Future, the automotive start-up that wowed CES this year with its Zero1 concept, is also involved in the partnership.

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Exclusive: Faraday Future prototyping 5G with LeTV

Exclusive: Faraday Future prototyping 5G with LeTV

LeTV, the Chinese online entertainment company backing California-based electric vehicle maker Faraday Future, has begun prototyping with 5G networks, a move suggesting Faraday could be the first automaker to experiment with next-generation in-vehicle connectivity.

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Faraday Future FFZERO1 concept teases modular EV car

Faraday Future FFZERO1 concept teases modular EV car

Faraday Future has officially revealed its FFZERO1 concept car, bringing a 1,000 HP supercar to CES 2016 in order to debut its modular powertrain. The startup didn't waste time on hyperbole, either, in a press conference high on promises but low on specifics.

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Faraday Future electric autonomous concept car leaks before event

Faraday Future electric autonomous concept car leaks before event

The Faraday Future concept car looks like a real-deal Batmobile, if ever a concept car did. Leaking today through an accidentally released companion app, this vehicle works with advanced technology throughout its body, starting with its tail fin. Not only is this tail fin providing directional stability, it's also a "digital canvas display" - because everything in the world should also be a display these days, yes? This isn't the first - and wont be the last - vehicle you see at CES 2016 with more than its fair share of displays both inside and out.

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Faraday Future teases EV shake-up with CES concept car

Faraday Future teases EV shake-up with CES concept car

Mysterious electric car company and would-be transportation disruptor Faraday Future just can't stop teasing ahead of CES next week. The clandestine start-up - which has been snagging auto-industry experts for some time now - isn't due to properly launch its car until 2017, but the supposed Tesla rival will be preceded by a big concept reveal at the upcoming electronics show.

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Faraday Future promises mysterious Tesla-rival by 2017

Faraday Future promises mysterious Tesla-rival by 2017

A mysterious electric car startup, Faraday Future, is promising to not only ape Tesla's success but raid its talent pool to do that. Established in 2014, the Californian company has already picked up a number of employees from rival car firms, including several with experience on well-known EV projects, and is reportedly hard at work developing its first - so far publicly unnamed - model that if all goes to plan should be on sale in 2017.

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