Like most startups, Faraday Future hasn’t had the smoothest journey since its 2014 founding. And its future isn’t guaranteed to be full of sunshine, rainbows, and profits, either. Faraday has yet to begin producing its flagship FF 91, but it might not need to build that many when it does start.
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Faraday Future's latest financial report shows that it has just 401 preorders for its FF 91 electric car. Faraday Future has spent the last half-decade trying to get its car into production, and an internal review over misleading preorder figures has helped uncover how much demand the company actually faces.
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