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Faraday Future Welcomes New Hanford, California Mayor Diane Sharp to its Local Production Facility Where it Will Build the New Ultimate Intelligent Techluxury FF 91 EV

  • FF hosted new Hanford Mayor Diane Sharp at its manufacturing plant in Hanford to get a first-hand look at the plant’s updated status and to observe the tremendous momentum driving the EV industry in California
  • FF is on track to hire 350 new employees at its Hanford production facility this year as it ramps up production
  • FF recently completed its third major milestone at its Hanford facility and laid out its upcoming plans for the remaining key milestones leading up to Start of Production (“SOP”) this summer

Faraday Future Intelligent Electric Inc. (“FF”) (NASDAQ: FFIE), a California-based global shared intelligent electric mobility ecosystem company, recently welcomed newly elected Hanford Mayor Diane Sharp to its production facility in the Central Valley of California to share current and future progress updates leading into the launch of the FF 91 in summer 2022. Sharp was hosted by John Lehn, Director of Government Affairs at FF.

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John Lehn, Director of Government Affairs for Faraday Future, Welcomes New Hanford, California Mayor Diane Sharp to its Local Production Facility Where it Will Build the New Ultimate Intelligent Techluxury FF 91 EV (Photo: Business Wire)

John Lehn, Director of Government Affairs for Faraday Future, Welcomes New Hanford, California Mayor Diane Sharp to its Local Production Facility Where it Will Build the New Ultimate Intelligent Techluxury FF 91 EV (Photo: Business Wire)

“Hosting Mayor Diane Sharp at our facility was a great honor, especially with the launch of the FF 91 this summer,” said Matt Tall, Vice President of Manufacturing at Faraday Future. “We are working to make the city of Hanford proud to have FF here and look forward to welcoming our city officials back to our plant on a regular basis.”

During the tour of the plant, Sharp received an introductory walk-through of the plant and learned of details surrounding upcoming milestones in the manufacturing process for the ultimate intelligent techluxury FF 91 EV. The Hanford facility will use cutting-edge technology and the ability to personalize the vehicle, setting FF apart from traditional OEM mass production.

“It is great to see so many people at Faraday Future’s Hanford plant working to bring the plant to full production,” said Mayor Sharp. “Faraday Future is an exciting company. I am thrilled with the investment that is being made in our community, and am honored to have been invited to tour their very impressive facility.”

The FF 91 Futurist Alliance Edition and FF 91 Futurist models represent the next generation of intelligent techluxury EVs. They are high-performance EVs, all-in-one all-ability cars, and ultimate robotic vehicles that allow users to experience a third internet living space beyond their home and office. The models encompass extreme technology, an ultimate user experience and a complete ecosystem. Users can reserve an FF 91 Futurist model now via the FF intelligent APP or at:


Established in May 2014, Faraday Future is a global shared intelligent mobility ecosystem company, headquartered in Los Angeles, California. Since its inception, Faraday Future has implemented numerous innovations relating to its products, technology, business model, profit model, user ecosystem, and governance structure. On July 22, 2021, Faraday Future was listed on NASDAQ with the new company name “Faraday Future Intelligent Electric Inc.”, and the ticker symbols “FFIE” for its Class A common stock and “FFIEW” for its warrants. The “I” in FFIE stands for Intelligent and Internet and the “E” stands for Ecosystem and Electric. FF is not just an EV company, but also an internet and technology company, an AI product company, a software company, and a user ecosystem company. Faraday Future aims to perpetually improve the way people move by creating a forward-thinking mobility ecosystem that integrates clean energy, AI, the Internet and new usership models. With the ultimate intelligent techluxury brand positioning, Faraday Future’s first flagship product FF 91 Futurist is equipped with exceptional product power. It is not just a high-performance EV, an all-ability car, and an ultimate robotic vehicle, but also the third internet living space.



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