Faraday Future has not yet produced a production vehicle. The company burst out of nowhere in 2015 with wild claims about upsetting the electric vehicle market controlled by Tesla. It has not happened yet either. Instead, the company has fallen flat with its founder declaring personal bankruptcy, the company lost most of its constitution and it has not yet received enough capital to produce production vehicles.
Along the way, Faraday Future managed to produce several prototypes, and one of them will be available for sale soon through an auction. It is said that the example of the auction is the same as the Faraday Future speed test ran at 60 km / h in 2.3 seconds. It is also the same vehicle that the company competed in the challenging Pike̵
The interior of the prototype is bare with a limited fit and finish. The seats are bolted to the floorboards and the door panels are covered in the same material used on the floor. But as I said, there is a steering wheel and a large screen, but it is unclear if the screen works.
Obviously, this is not a car that anyone should buy for use as a daily driver. Or drive at all. There is no guarantee.
Early prototypes are often highly sought after by vehicle collectors. They tell stories and have other origins than production vehicles. At one point, Faraday Future was Tesla’s top rival. The California-based startup made wild claims, which never seemed to materialize significantly, and it still seems to be the case by 2020. Because of this, this prototype is likely to become an interesting footnote in the history of electric vehicles rather than an invaluable vehicle similar to it first Model T.