Faraday Future begins work on $1B electric car plant in Las Vegas — VIDEO
NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. — The electric-car startup Faraday Future has made some incremental progress toward getting its operation running at full-speed since the company made its U.S. debut at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Faraday Future is among the handful of carmakers focused entirely on electric vehicles. One of its investors made very clear his passion for the concept with an almost lamenting plea for technology that will save the planet.
“When was the last time we saw a blue sky with white clouds,” Chinese billionaire Jia Yueting once said, referring to China’s infamously polluted skies.
Faraday Future is taking its next step toward making that a reality with the groundbreaking of its new $1 billion plant in North Las Vegas, Nevada.
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On Wednesday, Faraday Future executives and Nevada state officials will drive shovels into the ground at the site that will house the company’s 900-acre manufacturing facility. The automaker and Nevada’s government agreed on the deal late last year.
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Source: Business Insider UK