Faraday Future Scraps $1 Billion Vegas Factory And Downshifts To California Cow Town

Faraday Future, the U.S.-based electric car startup founded by embattled Chinese entrepreneur Jia Yueting, today announced they have signed a lease for a future manufacturing facility for their high-performance electric, autonomous vehicle, named the FF91. But the new facility is not outside glitzy Las Vegas, as originally planned, but in Hanford, California, a hard-scrabble agricultural town roughly half way between San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Faraday did disclose the address of the facility, and declined to comment for this story. However, close examination of pictures of the facility released over the weekend by Nick Sampson, Faraday’s chief product architect, cross referenced against existing industrial facilities in and around Hanford indicate the facility is a 1,000,000 square foot ...

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