Faraday Future Delivers FF 91 2.0 to Long-Time Employee Xiao Ma (Max) at the Company’s Hanford Manufacturing Plant

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Faraday Future Intelligent Electric Inc. (NASDAQ: FFIE) (“Faraday Future”, “FF” or “Company”), a California-based global shared intelligent electric mobility ecosystem company, today announced that it delivered an FF 91 2.0 Futurist Alliance to long-time employee Xiao Ma (Max), who currently serves as the Head of Product and Mobility Ecosystem, and Head of Corporate Strategy at FF. The handoff ceremony took place at the Company’s Hanford manufacturing facility.

A video of Max’s delivery ceremony can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/8_ajfFl2ajA

Max toured the Hanford manufacturing facility, known as FF ieFactory California, where FF builds the FF 91 2.0 EV, and got to see firsthand where his vehicle was assembled. Max is the first FF employee, other than its founder, joining as a Developer Co-Creation Officer. FF is the pioneer of the ultimate intelligent TechLuxury spire market in the AI EV era, and a disruptor of the traditional ultra-luxury car civilization. As the leader of FF’s product, and with possession of an FF 91 2.0 Futurist Alliance, Max will not only have a better opportunity as a user to drive the product and technology for continuous excellence of user experience, but also accelerate the pace for iteration and generational upgrade for future products.

“I’m happy to report that in addition to the many vehicle deliveries we’ve made over the past few months to our external Co-Creators, I am one of the first employees other than our Company’s founder (YT) to take possession of an FF 91 Futurist and also joining as a Developer Co-Creation Officer,” said Max. “I will be using my FF 91 2.0 Futurist Alliance to make our products and technology even better from a user and Co-Creator perspective.”

Users can preorder an FF 91 2.0 vehicle via the FF Intelligent App or through ff.com:

(English): https://www.ff.com/us/preorder/
(Chinese): https://www.ff.com/cn/preorder/


Faraday Future is the pioneer of the Ultimate AI TechLuxury ultra spire market in the intelligent EV era, and the disruptor of the traditional ultra-luxury car civilization epitomized by Ferrari and Maybach. FF is not just an EV company, but also a software-driven intelligent internet company. Ultimately FF aims to become a User Company by offering a shared intelligent mobility ecosystem. FF remains dedicated to advancing electric vehicle technology to meet the evolving needs and preferences of users worldwide, driven by a pursuit of intelligent and AI-driven mobility.




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Investors (Chinese): cn-ir@faradayfuture.com
Media: john.schilling@ff.com

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