Faraday Future Releases Interview Video with the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance Chairperson Sandra Button
- Company Announces Employee Incentive Plan -
“We are grateful to be part of one of the most renowned luxury events in the automotive industry, we hope our presence as an electric vehicle and AI focused company serves as a Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance bridge to the future,” said YT Jia, FF Founder & CPUO (Chief Product and User Ecosystem Officer). “Powered by the All-Ability aiHypercar, FF aims to be an industry leader with our FF 91 2.0
Please watch the full interview video with Sandra Button, YT Jia, and
The Company also announced an amendment to its previously approved incentive plan related to Phase 2 deliveries plan for its executives and employees. All active employees that began employment at the Company prior to
The amendment to the incentive plan reflects FF's emphasis on talent. Employees are the core asset of FF. Strong alignment with core employees and executives through equity incentives is particularly important for the realization of the Company's medium and long-term strategic goals. This incentive plan can help to ensure the stability and continuous development of FF core team in the increasingly fierce talent competition.
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