With the Spring Festival of the Year of the Rabbit coming this week, FaradayFuture's official Weibo account released a poster titled "Go Home" today, which has sparked discussion. Some netizens speculated that Jia Yueting will return to China next week. .
Judging from two sets of posters, Jia may not be returning to China for a while yet.
First of all, let's look at the first poster. On the left side of the picture is a poem written by Su Shi in the book "Ding Storm · Don't listen to the sound of beating leaves through the forest" :"Looking back has always been bleak, return, neither rain nor shine." Guhuangzhou belongs to Hubei Province, which is consistent with the previously rumored landing direction of FF China headquarters.
It is understood that according to FF's previous plan, FF China will choose a city in the south, Wuhan is one of them, but FF side said that there is a risk of legal disclosure, the specific situation can not be disclosed.
And in another poster, the FF 91 Futurist is parked in a cargo hold,Outside was a cargo plane marked "International Cargo Air" on its fuselage,Perhaps it was a sign that the car was about to go on display back home.
"Three years of hard work, how sad and bitter. A bag, thousands of thoughts and care. Year of the rabbit Spring Festival countdown 5 days, go home, rain or shine! Where there is a home, there is a fire of faith."
It is known thatFF expects to begin mass production of the saleable FF 91 Futurist at the end of March 2023, which is expected to roll off the assembly line in early April and be delivered before the end of April.But it would need $150 million to $170 million to come through in time, as well as timely shareholder approval to increase the number of authorized shares.
In November, FFIE's board of directors appointed FF China CEO Chen Xuefeng as Faraday Future's global CEO. Officials said the company's top priorities are to deliver FF 91 Futurist to customers as quickly as possible, at a low cost and with high quality. To maximize the interests of Faraday Future shareholders.