Faraday Future Releases Interior Teaser Video Of Its Electric Car
Faraday Future has released a new teaser of its soon-to-be-revealed electric car.
This teaser showcases the interior, which up until now had remained unseen.
The video initially focuses on what appears to be a rather unique seat. However, as The Verge reports, these seats can’t be used by Faraday in the production version of the car. Here’s why, according to The Verge:
“The company recently settled a $10 million lawsuit with Futuris, its seat supplier, over breach of contract. As part of the settlement, FF will need to find a new seat supplier, a process that could take up to two years. And the seats FF plans to show off as part of its production model at CES in a few weeks aren’t seats it can legally use in future models.”
This is but one in a long line of Faraday Future teasers leading up to the grand reveal on January 3rd at a media party ahead of CES, which we’ll be attending, so that we can report live from the scene.
Below: Earlier tweet of the video by Faraday Future:
— Faraday Future (@FaradayFuture) December 27, 2016
Previous Faraday teasers:
- Faraday Future Reportedly Logged Only 60 Paid FF 91 Reservations
- “Stripped Down” Tesla Model S P100D With Ludicrous + Could Blow Away Faraday Future FF 91, Says Elon Musk
- Faraday Future Explains Why Its First Electric Car Is Called FF 91
- Faraday Future FF 91 Expected To Start At ~$150,000, Fully Loaded More Than $200,000