They're not dead yet!
Faraday Future, the embattled electric car company that could, has a new CEO and fresh promises about when to expect its long anticipated first vehicle, the FF91.
At a media summit held at Faraday Future's headquarters in Gardena, CA on Thursday, CEO Carsten Breitfeld (who joined the company earlier this month), told reporters that Faraday Future would begin production on the FF91 in September 2020. FF spokesperson John Schilling clarified to Mashable that customers would begin receiving their vehicles "shortly thereafter," in "fall 2020."More about Electric Vehicles, Faraday Future, Tech, and Transportation