Sandy Has An In-Depth Discussion With The CEO of Faraday Future Carsten Breitfeld
In this podcast style interview, Sandy has the chance to sit down with Carsten Breitfeld the CEO of Faraday Future to talk at length about Faraday and its vision for the future.
In this episode, Carsten talks about his past at BMW and Byton, Faraday’s position in the EV market and where they see the company going in the future including performance information of the FF91, Sandy’s tour of their facilities and his personal experience with the FF91 including it’s luxurious interior and creature comforts including the Third Internet Living Space, Faraday’s battery system, and other technologies within the car such as it’s connectivity advantages and OTA.
The conversation moves on to how Faraday is looking to maximize it’s customer’s experience and how they plan to go about doing that including changing paradigms of how people could view customer ownership of such vehicles. Carsten also talks about future technologies it is looking to provide to the market through it’s vehicles and VTOLS.
Lastly, the conversation shifts to Faraday’s product launch and funding and SPAC.
If you are interested in learning more about Faraday in a conversational and relaxed manner, this is the episode for you! Click below to watch now!
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