Faraday Future could make a rival to the new Tesla Roadster
After being caught up in countless financial difficulties for a few years, US start-up Faraday Future will be back in the spotlight with the production of the Faraday FF91, which will begin by the end of the year. After that, brand CEO Carsten Breitfeld already assures that Faraday will not be able to survive with just one model in the catalogue.
That's why, in an Autoblog interview at the 2020 CES, Breitfeld announced the future plans of the American brand. The latter will welcome more compact and therefore more affordable vehicles. If the success of the latter is confirmed, Faraday could even continue with a sports car.
However, there is a small problem with this future sports car. Faraday Future makes "space and digital experience" its core values. This is of course in total contradiction to any sports car. According to Breitfeld, this problem can be solved by creating a separate sports brand.
For the time being, these are only projections. Faraday Future, which has teamed up with America's Dragon Racing for the 2016 and 2017 Formula E seasons, will not be adapting its F1 electric experience anytime soon. The hope of a competitor for the future Tesla Roadster remains, especially after the revelation of the impressive 2016 FFZERO1 concept.
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