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Item 2.02. Results of Operations and Financial Condition.
On May 11, 2023, Faraday Future Intelligent Electric Inc. (the “Company”) announced its financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2023. The full text of the press release and shareholder letter issued in connection with the announcement are furnished herewith as Exhibits 99.1 and 99.2, respectively, to this Current Report on Form 8-K and are incorporated herein by reference.
Item 7.01 Regulation FD Disclosure.
In connection with the conference call held by the Company on May 11, 2023 to discuss its results for the quarter ended March 31, 2023, the Company referenced the presentation furnished as Exhibit 99.3 to this Current Report on Form 8-K and incorporated herein by reference.
Copies of the press release, shareholder letter and presentation are available in the Investor Relations section of the Company’s website located at www.investors.ff.com. A recording of the conference call is also available on the same website.
The information contained in this Current Report on Form 8-K, including Exhibits 99.1, 99.2 and 99.3 hereto, is being furnished and shall not be deemed “filed” for purposes of Section 18 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the “Exchange Act”), or otherwise subject to the liabilities of that section, nor shall it be deemed incorporated by reference in any filing under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, or the Exchange Act, except as expressly set forth by specific reference in such a filing.
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Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned hereunto duly authorized.
|FARADAY FUTURE INTELLIGENT ELECTRIC INC.|
|Date: May 12, 2023||By:||/s/ Yun Han|
|Title:||Interim Chief Financial Officer and Chief Accounting Officer|
FARADAY FUTURE PUBLISHES FIRST QUARTER 2023 financial Results
Los Angeles, CA (May 11, 2023) - Faraday Future Intelligent Electric Inc. (NASDAQ: FFIE) (“Faraday Future”, “FF” or “Company”), a California-based global shared intelligent electric mobility ecosystem company, today published a letter to its stockholders containing the company’s first quarter 2023 financial results. The letter is available on its investor relations website (http://investors.ff.com).
Faraday Future will host a webcast to discuss its Q1 results and provide a business update at 4:30pm PT / 7:30pm ET today, May 11. The live webcast in both English and Chinese will be available on the investor section of our website http://investors.ff.com and a replay will be available shortly thereafter.
Users can preorder an FF 91 Futurist via the FF Intelligent App or through our website (English): https://www.ff.com/us/preorder/ or (Chinese): https://www.ff.com/cn/preorder/
Download the new FF Intelligent App (English): https://www.ff.com/us/mobile-app/ or (Chinese): http://appdownload.ff.com
ABOUT FARADAY FUTURE
Faraday Future (FF) is the pioneer of the Ultimate TechLuxury ultra spire market in the intelligent EV era, and the disruptor of the traditional ultra-luxury car civilization epitomized by Ferrari and Maybach. FF is not just an EV company, but also a software-driven intelligent internet company. Ultimately FF aims to become a User Company by offering a shared intelligent mobility ecosystem.
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Faíaday Futuíe Shaíeholdeí Letteí Q1 2023 Exhibit 99.2
We hit the gíound íunning in 2023 and staíted the píoduction of ouí flagship FF 91 vehicle in Maích as planned. Though we faced some challenges duíing eaíly íamp up, ouí team is oveícoming these obstacles. We continue to taíget ouí fiíst phase deliveíy of the FF 91 at the end of May as píeviously announced. To íeach this impoítant milestone, we have made consideíable píogíess and accomplished numeíous key opeíational and stíategic objectives in íecent months. On Apíil 14, 2023, ouí fiíst píoduction FF 91 íolled off the line at ouí FF ieFactoíy Califoínia in a video stíeamed event watched by millions of FF fans globally. It has been a long path foí Faíaday Futuíe, but we believe this is the yeaí we make histoíy. Homologation foí the FF 91 is píogíessing as planned. Most of the FMVSS tests have been successfully completed. We have peífoímed the highest seveíity cíash tests and have passed all these tests successfully, including fíont, side and íeaí cíash. On the systems and softwaíe side, we’ve also made some amazing píogíess. Two weeks ago, we showcased the FF 91 vehicle’s ability to integíate geneíative AI to enable an intuitive and inteíactive expeíience foí useís within the vehicle. We believe this tíuly epitomizes what Faíaday Futuíe has communicated to its useís and investoís all along, that FF 91 is a pioneeí of emeíging technology. Lastly, we íeiteíate ouí goal to cíeate a píofitable business with opeíating cashflow bíeakeven in 2025 and expíess ouí gíatitude to ouí useís, supplieís, paítneís, communities and stockholdeís foí theií unwaveíing suppoít of ouí vision.
Ultimate Intelligent TechLuxuíy píoducts – In a woíld of luxuíy caís FF stands out as a tíue luxuíy EV – FF is pioneeíing ultía spiíe maíket segment with a class - defining píoduct – FF íedefine luxuíy in both the physical, comfoít and digital connected íealms Emotive design - Redefines the tíaditional vehicle, cíeating a new concept that addíesses how vehicle use is changing. The FF 91 is not a spoíts caí, an SUV oí a sedan, but something timeless that embodies ouí bíand values and commitment to innovation - FF’s iconic design language spaíks the imagination and íedefines the luxuíy vehicle space. The FF 91’s inteíioí and exteíioí design expíess intelligence and functionality, enabling a best - in - class expeíience, and biíthing a íadically functional píopoítion Unique Aítificial Intelligence (AI) Expeíience – Natuíal Language and voice - fiíst inteíface designed to adapt to useís needs – Multiple useí inteíface displays foí eveíy seated occupant. – Tíiple modem 5G connectivity to allow uninteííupted, high - speed inteínet access – FF’s Geneíative AI píoduct stack will offeí the fiíst eveí geneíative AI capability in the automotive sectoí foí in - vehicle usage Leading peífoímance – 381 miles of EPA íated díiving íange – 0 - 60mph in 2.27 seconds – Top - end hypeí caí díive and handling – Industíy leading computeí haídwaíe and softwaíe to díive the ultimate AI expeíience Intíoducing the FF 91
We believe ouí flagship píoduct, the FF 91 vehicle sets a new standaíd foí useí expeíience and peífoímance in the automotive industíy. It featuíes a custom electíic díive unit with a fully integíated design, active oil cooling, and independent íeaí axle díive. Its 1050hp píopulsion system is poweíed by píopíietaíy softwaíe and contíol algoíithms, optimizing peífoímance, stability, and safety. With an EPA - ceítified íange of 381 miles, the FF 91 offeís 50 - 70 miles moíe íange than its diíect competitoís and acceleíates fíom zeío to 60 mph in a íemaíkable 2.27 seconds. Mobile connectivity is anotheí key aspect of the caí, with a unique íeaí intelligent Inteínet and a useí expeíience designed to establish a mobile, connected, intelligent, and luxuíious thiíd inteínet living space and useí mobility ecosystem platfoím. A Leadeí in Automotive AI On May 2nd, we announced ouí Geneíative AI Píoduct Stack to the public. The píoduct stack combines FF’s foundational capabilities such as ouí computing platfoím, advanced opeíating system, ultía - fast inteínet connectivity, AI and natuíal language píocessing abilities, multiple displays, with geneíative AI capability to give extíaoídinaíy abilities to useís. We demonstíated integíation of FF’s foundational AI capabilities with advanced laíge language models – which we believe is a majoí step towaíds tíansfoímation of the tíanspoítation industíy with intelligent electíic vehicles. With this Geneíative AI Píoduct Stack, we believe the Company has the potential to scale to additional advanced geneíative AI models, giving extíaoídinaíy abilities to useís.
We have been investing in softwaíe, AI, and human machine inteíaction foí a long time and we believe that places us in a unique position to utilize these advances in AI. To use geneíative AI in a caí, you need a poweíful computing platfoím, íobust opeíating system, inteínet connectivity, and suitable displays. The FF 91 vehicle has this unique combination of industíy - leading computing platfoím, advanced opeíating system, ultía - high - speed inteínet connectivity, AI and natuíal language píocessing ability, with oveí 100 inches of displays, and a Geneíative AI Píoduct Stack designed to empoweí useís to gíadually utilize advanced geneíative models foí a íange of peísonalized applications in the vehicle – fíom complex text and voice queíies, to image and video geneíation, stock analysis, live tíanslations, seaích, enteítainment, education, ecommeíce, and moíe. The possibilities aíe limitless. The thiíd intelligent inteínet space applies natuíal language communication ability to vaíious usage scenaíios in the vehicle, and FF’s AI píovides useís with an immeísive expeíience of aítificial intelligence inteíaction and communication. As intelligent electíic vehicles become supeí íobots, the díiving expeíience and digital cockpit will be fully intelligent. We believe AI will become the coíe competitiveness of the futuíe mobility ecology and íedefine the usage scenaíios of futuíe mobility píoducts. As one of the woíld's fiíst intelligent electíic vehicle manufactuíeís, FF has been committed to the íeseaích and development of AI technology platfoíms, applied to autonomous díiving platfoíms and the thiíd intelligent inteínet space.
Píoduction & Deliveíies Ouí Hanfoíd team is haíd at woík íamping up píoduction, with the goal of deliveíing the highest quality FF 91 vehicles to ouí useís. As of today, we’ve manufactuíed 40 engineeíing, testing, maíketing, and useí vehicles. We’ve built all the vehicles íequiíed foí FMVSS testing. Fuítheí, the fiíst píoduction vehicle coming off the line píovided the necessaíy leaíning foí fine - tuned píocesses which has allowed the coming vehicles in píoduction to íun thíough the assembly moíe smoothly than the píevious vehicles. We aíe also continuing to build out ouí opeíational and manufactuíing teams. We have íecently bíought in a new head of manufactuíing Rich Schmidt who bíings 35 yeaís of automotive industíy manufactuíing expeíience. Deliveíies In the continued spiíit of FF’s co - cíeation and co - shaíing vision, we íecently outlined a thíee - phase deliveíy plan aimed at deliveíing the best expeíience to all ouí useís. In the fiíst phase FF will give ouí industíy expeít Futuíist Píoduct Officeís (“FPOs”), the fiíst look and allow these useís the fiíst chance to pay in full to íeseíve and expeíience the innovative FF 91. These industíy expeít FPOs will take possession of the íeseíved FF 91 vehicle at the beginning of the second phase. This initial phase is slated foí launch at the end of May, maíking the staít of ouí deliveíy plan foí the vehicle. In phase two, taígeted to staít at the end of second quaíteí, assuming íeceiving paíts on ouí íequiíed timefíames and completion of íequisite tests, all FPOs will be invited to staít puíchasing the vehicle to expeíience the FF 91. Useís will take full possession of the caí and íeceive compíehensive tíaining to make the most of the vehicle's many featuíes. This will maík the tuíning point wheíe Faíaday Futuíe will become a íevenue geneíating company going foíwaíd. The thiíd and final phase, ouí Full Co - Cíeation Deliveíy, is geaíed towaíds all useís. In this phase, the Company will deliveí FF 91 vehicles to all useís that pay in full. Ouí thíee - phase deliveíy is designed to offeí flexibility foí ouí manufactuíing opeíations and maíket demands while ensuíing that all FF 91 useís íeceive the best possible expeíience. We believe this appíoach will also enable the Company to avoid píoduction shoítfalls that may aíise fíom high demand. Please note that successful completion of the thiíd phase deliveíy plan is contingent on secuíing the necessaíy financing and íeceiving paíts on ouí íequiíed timefíames.
Sales and Seívice The entiíe sales jouíney is fully integíated : useís can expeíience ouí caís online oí at one of ouí owned/paítneí showíooms and they can access ouí O 2 O platfoím foí puíchases while paítneís can integíate seamlessly into ouí diíect sales model . • Selected Salesfoíce Sales Cloud and Seívice Cloud foí Sales Automation, CRM, Sales Engagement, Seívice Engagement, Knowledge Base. The Salesfoíce platfoím will be customized and integíated into FF’s íobust IT infíastíuctuíe so FF will gain 360 - degíee view of its useís and be able to effectively díive íevenue and deliveí its píemium seívice solutions. • Paítneíing with National Automobile Club foí íoadside assistance. NAC will píovide nationwide 24/7 íoadside assistance foí all FF 91 owneís. • All - new FF Home Chaígeí suppoíts up to 19.2kW to utilize the FF 91 2.0 poweíful onboaíd chaígeí The FF Home Chaígeí is smaít, Wi - Fi connected, designed and manufactuíed foí duíability and longevity. We simplified the installation píocess with ouí chaíging installation paítneí, Qmeíit. • Afteísales - FF is paítneíing with Somit Solutions to develop the FF Afteísales Systems, a cloud - based opeíations system to suppoít all Afteísales functionalities such as Waííanty, Seívice Infoímation, Paíts Catalog, Repaií Manuals. • Mobile Seívice – Intíoduced ouí FF mobile seívice, allowing useís to enjoy concieíge style seívice expeíience. Seívice Netwoík is expected to be íolled out in the Los Angeles Metío, San Fíancisco Bay, San Diego and New Yoík Metío maíkets in 2023.
Funding In Q1, we successfully secuíed $135 million of gíoss funding in suppoít of ouí SOP and píoduction plans, which we have íeceived $120 million gíoss to date. Since then, ouí capital team has continued to woík towaíds additional funding foí ouí píoduction, deliveíy and íamp. On May 9th, we announced an additional $100 million of committed financing via unsecuíed conveítible notes, subject to ceítain conditions. Additionally, we have íemaining committed financing of $35 million, subject to ceítain conditions and milestones, we expect to have píoceeds fíom vehicle sales, and we may íeceive $242 million of additional financing which is at the option of ouí existing investoís. Since the beginning of this yeaí, the Company has íeceived $38 million gíoss financing which was at the option of the investoís — this íepíesents a significant poítion of the optional notes that the Company allocated to the píevious secuíed financing. We also have an equity line of cíedit of up to $350 million, subject to ceítain conditions, which we have not yet used as we want to be veíy stíategic about accessing the equity line of cíedit to minimize dilution. Fuítheímoíe, the Company is also exploíing asset - based financing oppoítunities. Management Commitment FF Global Paítneís (“FFGP”), consisting of 20 cuííent and foímeí senioí executives of the company, is committing $80 million of the $100 million unsecuíed notes financing íefeíence above. The investment shows a continued commitment to the Company, as well as a show of confidence by ouí coíe management team in Faíaday Futuíe’s ability to achieve its mid - and long - teím goals. As a show of suppoít, FFGP has alíeady eaíly funded a poítion of this commitment. It fuítheí íeflects the stíength of the Company’s new goveínance stíuctuíe, new management team and system, and once again píoves the stíong advantages of the global paítneís mechanism.
2023 and Beyond The Company íemains on tíack foí its thíee - phase deliveíy plan. We expect to utilize a poítion of the initial píoduction foí ouí sales and maíketing campaign to meet useí needs. On the cost side, we continue to impíove efficiency and íeduce mateíial cost. We have developed a detailed íoad map of both engineeíing and commeícial cost downs. We fuítheí íeiteíate ouí goal to cíeate a píofitable business with opeíating cashflow bíeakeven in 2025.
Financial Highlights Opeíating Expense Opeíating expenses foí the quaíteí ended Maích 31, 2023, weíe $83.0 million compaíed to $149.0 million foí the quaíteí ended Maích 31, 2022. The change in opeíating expenses was píimaíily due to a decíease in engineeíing, design, and testing ("ED&T") seívices as the Company substantially completed R&D activities íelated to the FF 91 vehicle in 2022 and was focused on capitalizable activities attíibutable to Staít of Píoduction which was achieved on Maích 29, 2023, coupled with decíeases in peísonnel and compensation and píofessional seívices as paít of the Company's cost measuíes effoíts and the conclusion of the special committee investigation. N et In co me / ( L oss) Net income foí the quaíteí ended Maích 31, 2023, was $6.5 million compaíed to a loss of $153.1 million foí the quaíteí ended Maích 31, 2022. The change in net income / (loss) was píimaíily due to the change in opeíating expense and $94.9 million income associated with maík - to - maíket measuíements of the secuíed conveítible notes and waííants íecoíded in the fiíst quaíteí this yeaí díiven by the decline in the Company’s stock píice. Net Cash Used Net cash used in opeíating activities foí the quaíteí ended Maích 31, 2023 was $103.2 million compaíed to $122.4 million foí the quaíteí ended Maích 31, 2022. Capital expendituíes weíe $16.9 million foí the quaíteí ended Maích 31, 2023, compaíed to $44.4 million foí the quaíteí ended Maích 31, 2022. Net cash píovided by financing activities foí the quaíteí ended Maích 31, 2023 was $134.4 million compaíed to net cash used in financing activities of $85.7 million foí the quaíteí ended Maích 31, 2022. Balance Sheet Cash as of Maích 31, 2023 was $33.3 million, including $1.5 million of íestíicted cash.
Foíwaíd Looking Statements This Shaíeholdeí Letteí includes foíwaíd - looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Secuíities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Secuíities Act”), and Section 21E of the Secuíities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the “Exchange Act”). These foíwaíd - looking statements can be identified by the use of foíwaíd - looking teíminology, including the woíds “believes,” “estimates,” “anticipates,” “expects,” “intends,” “plans,” “may,” “will,” “potential,” “píojects,” “píedicts,” “continue,” oí “should,” oí, in each case, theií negative oí otheí vaíiations oí compaíable teíminology. These foíwaíd - looking statements, which include among otheí things, statements íegaíding the Company’s píojected timeline and access to cuííent and futuíe financing, aíe not guaíantees of futuíe peífoímance, conditions oí íesults, and involve a numbeí of known and unknown íisks, unceítainties, assumptions and otheí impoítant factoís, many of which aíe outside the Company’s contíol, that could cause actual íesults oí outcomes to diffeí mateíially fíom those discussed in the foíwaíd - looking statements. Impoítant factoís, among otheís, that may affect actual íesults oí outcomes include whetheí the Company’s Amended Shaíeholdeí Agíeement with FF Top Holding LLC complies with Nasdaq listing íequiíements, the maíket peífoímance of the Company’s Common Stock; the Company’s ability to íegain compliance with, and theíeafteí continue to comply with, the Nasdaq listing íequiíements; the Company’s ability to satisfy the conditions píecedent and close on the vaíious financings descíibed in this Shaíeholdeí Letteí and disclosed elsewheíe by the Company, the íesult of any futuíe financing effoíts, the failuíe of any of which could íesult in the Company seeking píotection undeí the Bankíuptcy Code; the Company’s ability to amend its ceítificate of incoípoíation to peímit sufficient authoíized shaíes to be issued in connection with the Company’s existing and contemplated financings; whetheí the Company and the City of Huanggang could agíee on definitive documents to effectuate the Coopeíation Fíamewoík Agíeement; the Company’s ability to íemain in compliance with its public filing íequiíements undeí the Secuíities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended; the outcome of the Secuíities and Exchange Commission (SEC) investigation íelating to the matteís that weíe the subject of the Special Committee investigation and otheí litigation involving the Company; the Company’s ability to execute on its plans to develop and maíket its vehicles and the timing of these development píogíams; the Company’s estimates of the size of the maíkets foí its vehicles and cost to bíing those vehicles to maíket; the íate and degíee of maíket acceptance of the Company’s vehicles; the success of otheí competing manufactuíeís; the peífoímance and secuíity of the Company’s vehicles; potential litigation involving the Company; geneíal economic and maíket conditions impacting demand foí the Company’s píoducts; íecent cost, headcount and salaíy íeduction actions may not be sufficient oí may not achieve theií expected íesults; and the ability of the Company to attíact and íetain diíectoís and employees. The foíegoing list of factoís is not exhaustive. You should caíefully consideí the foíegoing factoís and the otheí íisks and unceítainties descíibed in the “Risk Factoís” section of the Company’s íegistíation statement on Foím S - 1 filed on May 5, 2023 and in “Risk Factoís” in Item 1A of the Company’s Annual Repoít on Foím 10 - K, as well as in otheí documents filed by the Company fíom time to time with the SEC. These filings identify and addíess otheí impoítant íisks and unceítainties that could cause actual events and íesults to diffeí mateíially fíom those contained in the foíwaíd - looking statements. Foíwaíd - looking statements speak only as of the date they aíe made. Readeís aíe cautioned not to put undue íeliance on foíwaíd - looking statements, and the Company does not undeítake any obligation to update oí íevise any foíwaíd - looking statements, whetheí as a íesult of new infoímation, futuíe events oí otheíwise, except as íequiíed by law. No Offeí oí Solicitation This communication shall neitheí constitute an offeí to sell oí the solicitation of an offeí to buy any secuíities, noí shall theíe be any sale of secuíities in any juíisdiction in which the offeí, solicitation oí sale would be unlawful píioí to the íegistíation oí qualification undeí the secuíities laws of any such juíisdiction. Tíademaíks This Shaíeholdeí Letteí contains tíademaíks, seívice maíks, tíade names and copyíights of Faíaday and otheí companies, which aíe the píopeíty of theií íespective owneís.
Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheet (in thousands, except shaíe and peí shaíe data) Maích 31, 2023 Dece m beí 31 , 2022 Assets Cuííent assets Cash $ 31,769 $ 16,968 Restíicted cash 1,505 1,546 Deposits 55,405 26,804 Otheí cuííent assets 14,717 21,087 Total cuííent assets 103,396 66,405 Píopeíty and equipment, net 446,524 417,803 Opeíating lease íight - of - use assets 18,911 19,588 Otheí non - cuííent assets 6,458 6,492 Total assets $ 575,289 $ 510,288 Liabilities and stockholdeís’ equity Cuííent liabilities Accounts payable $ 76,926 $ 87,376 Accíued expenses and otheí cuííent liabilities 66,980 65,709 Bíidge waííants 28,521 95,130 A c cíued in t eíest 2,505 1,864 Related paíty accíued inteíest 140 — Opeíating lease liabilities, cuííent poítion 2,609 2,538 Finance lease liabilities, cuííent poítion 1,390 1,364 Related paíty notes payable 8,643 8,406 Notes payable, cuííent poítion 5,159 5,097 Total cuííent liabilities $ 192,873 $ 267,484 Finance lease liabilities, less cuííent poítion 6,209 6,570 Opeíating lease liabilities, less cuííent poítion 17,398 18,044 Otheí liabilities 9,758 9,429 Notes payable, less cuííent poítion 92,665 26,008 Total liabilities $ 318,903 $ 327,535 Commitments and contingencies Stoc k ho l d eí s ’ e q uity Class A Common Stock,$0.0001 paí value 82 56 Class B Common Stock, $0.0001 paí value 6 6 Additional paid - in capital 3,723,446 3,655,771 Accumulated otheí compíehensive gain 2,950 3,505 A c cu m ula t e d d e f icit (3,470,098) (3,476,585) Total stockholdeís’ equity 256,386 182,753 Total liabilities and stockholdeís’ equity $ 575,289 $ 510,288
Condensed Consolidated Statement of Opeíations (in thousands, except shaíe and peí shaíe data) ľhíee Months Ended Maích 31, 2023 2022 O pe í a t ing expenses Reseaích and development $ 46,160 $ 114,935 S al es a nd ma í k e ting 5,585 6,186 Geneíal and administíative 27,584 27,880 Loss on disposal of píopeíty and equipment 3,698 — Total opeíating expenses 83,027 149,001 Loss fíom opeíations (83,027) (149,001) Change in faií value measuíements 94,917 1,186 Loss on settlement of notes payable (3,021) — Inteíest expense (4,651) (3,746) Related paíty inteíest expense (140) (622) Otheí income (expense), net 2,409 (915) Income (Loss) befoíe income taxes 6,487 (153,098) Income tax píovision — — Net income (loss) $ 6,487 $ (153,098) Peí shaíe infoímation: Net income (loss) peí shaíe of Common Stock attíibutable to common stockholdeís: Basic $ 0.01 $ (0.48) Diluted (0.07) (0.48) Weighted aveíage shaíes used in computing net income (loss) peí shaíe of Common Stock Basic 657,565,442 322,211,392 Diluted 988,638,662 322,211,392 Total compíehensive income (loss): Net income (loss) $ 6,487 $ (153,098) Change in foíeign cuííency tíanslation adjustment (555) (564) Total compíehensive income (loss) $ 5,932 $ (153,662)
Condensed Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows (in thousands) ľhíee Months Ended Maích 31, 2023 2022 Cash flows fíom opeíating activities Net income / (loss) $ 6,487 $ (153,098) Adjustments to íeconcile net loss to net cash used in opeíating activities Depíeciation and amoítization expense 1,103 4,853 Stoc k - bas e d co m pensa t i o n 15,102 3,347 Loss on disposal of píopeíty and equipment 3,698 — Change in faií value measuíement of íelated paíty notes payable and notes payable (79,462) (1,186) Change in faií value measuíement of waííant liability (12,434) — Change in faií value measuíement of eaínout liability (2,764) — Amoítization of opeíating lease íight - of - use assets and intangible assets 736 — Loss on foíeign exchange 686 894 Non - c a sh in t e í e st expense 4,533 2,319 Loss on settlement of notes payable (3,021) — Otheí 337 108 Changes in opeíating assets and liabilities: Deposits (29,370) 6,840 Otheí cuííent and non - cuííent assets 6,368 2,095 Accounts payable (10,367) 5,747 Accíued expenses and otheí cuííent liabilities (4,098) 14,527 Opeíating lease liabilities (542) (882) Accíued inteíest expense (197) (7,928) Net cash used in opeíating activities $ (103,205) $ (122,364) Cash flows fíom investing activities Payments foí píopeíty and equipment $ (16,873) $ (44,398) Net cash used in investing activities $ (16,873) $ (44,398) Cash flows fíom financing activities Píoceeds fíom notes payable, net of oíiginal issuance discount 131,800 — Píoceeds fíom exeícise of waííants 4,079 — Paym en t s of n o tes payable (6) (87,065) Settlement of notes payable tíansaction costs (1,139) — Payments of finance lease obligations (335) (466) Píoceeds fíom exeícise of stock options 44 1,855 Net cash (used in) píovided by financing activities $ 134,443 $ (85,676) Effect of exchange íate changes on cash and íestíicted cash 395 (653) Net (decíease) incíease in cash and íestíicted cash $ 14,760 $ (253,091) Cash and íestíicted cash, beginning of peíiod 18,514 530,477 Cash and íestíicted cash, end of peíiod $ 33,274 $ 277,386
Condensed Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows (continued) (in thousands) ľhíee Months Ended Maích 31, 2023 2022 Cash $ 31,769 $ 276,374 Restíicted cash 1,505 1,012 Total cash and íestíicted cash, end of peíiod $ 33,274 $ 277,386 Supplemental disclosuíe of cash flow infoímation Cash paid foí inteíest $ 324 $ 10,040 Supplemental disclosuíe of noncash investing and financing activities Additions of píopeíty and equipment included in accounts payable and accíued expenses $ 17,249 $ 1,881 Issuance of Waííants 66,609 — Reclassification of liability foí insufficient authoíized shaíes íelated to stock options and RSUs 8,977 — Reclassification of eaínout shaíes liability to equity as paít of authoíized shaíe incíease 5,014 — Conveísion of notes payable and accíued inteíest into Class A Common Stock 46,296 — Issuance of conveítible notes puísuant to the Exchange Agíeement 41,000 Change in classification of waííants fíom Additional paid - in capital to liability puísuant to the Waííant Exchange 6,811 — Recognition of opeíating íight of use assets and lease liabilities upon adoption of ASC 842 and foí new leases enteíed into in 2022 — 8,206
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© 2023 FARADAY FUTURE PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL 2 Legal Disclaimers Forward Looking Statements This presentation includes “forward looking statements” within the meaning of the safe harbor provisions of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. When used in this presentation, the words “estimates,” “projected,” “expects,” “anticipates,” “forecasts,” “plans,” “intends,” “believes,” “seeks,” “may,” “will,” “should,” “future,” “propose” and variations of these words or similar expressions (or the negative versions of such words or expressions) are intended to identify forward - looking statements. These forward - looking statements, which include among other things, statements regarding the Company’s projected timeline, are not guarantees of future performance, conditions or results, and involve a number of known and unknown risks, uncertainties, assumptions and other important factors, many of which are outside the Company’s control, that could cause actual results or outcomes to differ materially from those discussed in the forward - looking statements. Important factors, among others, that may affect actual results or outcomes include whether the Company’s Amended Shareholder Agreement with FF Top Holding LLC complies with Nasdaq listing requirements, the market performance of the Company’s Common Stock; the Company’s ability to regain compliance with, and thereafter continue to comply with, the Nasdaq listing requirements; the Company’s ability to satisfy the conditions precedent and close on the various financings described in this presentation and disclosed elsewhere by the Company, the result of any future financing efforts, the failure of any of which could result in the Company seeking protection under the Bankruptcy Code; the Company’s ability to amend its certificate of incorporation to permit sufficient authorized shares to be issued in connection with the Company’s existing and contemplated financings; whether the Company and the City of Huanggang could agree on definitive documents to effectuate the Cooperation Framework Agreement; the Company’s ability to remain in compliance with its public filing requirements under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended; the outcome of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) investigation relating to the matters that were the subject of the Special Committee investigation and other litigation involving the Company; the Company’s ability to execute on its plans to develop and market its vehicles and the timing of these development programs; the Company’s estimates of the size of the markets for its vehicles and cost to bring those vehicles to market; the rate and degree of market acceptance of the Company’s vehicles; the success of other competing manufacturers; the performance and security of the Company’s vehicles; potential litigation involving the Company; general economic and market conditions impacting demand for the Company’s products; recent cost, headcount and salary reduction actions may not be sufficient or may not achieve their expected results; and the ability of the Company to attract and retain directors and employees. The foregoing list of factors is not exhaustive. You should carefully consider the foregoing factors and the other risks and uncertainties described in the “Risk Factors” section of the Company’s registration statement on Form S - 1 filed on May 5, 2023, and other documents filed by the Company from time to time with the SEC. These filings identify and address other important risks and uncertainties that could cause actual events and results to differ materially from those contained in the forward - looking statements. Forward - looking statements speak only as of the date they are made. Readers are cautioned not to put undue reliance on forward - looking statements, and the Company does not undertake any obligation to update or revise any forward - looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required by law. No Offer or Solicitation This communication shall neither constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any securities, nor shall there be any sale of securities in any jurisdiction in which the offer, solicitation or sale would be unlawful prior to the registration or qualification under the securities laws of any such jurisdiction. Trademarks This presentation contains trademarks, service marks, trade names and copyrights of Faraday and other companies, which are the property of their respective owners.
© 2023 FARADAY FUTURE P RO P RIE T A RY A N D C ON F ID EN T IA L 3 Table of Contents 1. Company Overview 2. Business Update 3. The FF 91 Futurist 4. Financials 5. Imagery
© 2023 F A RA D A Y F U T U RE P RO P RIE T A RY A N D C ON F ID EN T IA L 4 01 – Company Overview
© 2023 FARADAY FUTURE PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL 5 Company Introduction Faraday Future (FF) is the pioneer of the ultimate intelligent TechLuxury ultra spire market in the intelligent EV era, and a disruptor of the traditional ultra - luxury car civilization
© 2023 FARADAY FUTURE PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL 6 Ultimate Intelligent TechLuxury Products — In a world of ultra luxury cars, FF stands alone as a true Ultimate Intelligent TechLuxury EV — FF is pioneering ultra spire market segment with a class - defining product — All FF products redefine ultra luxury in both the physical, comfort and digital connected realms Faraday Future — Core Pillars (1 of 2) Emotive Design — FF redefined the traditional vehicle, creating a new concept that addresses how vehicle use is changing. The FF 91 is not a sports car, an SUV or a sedan, but is something timeless that embodies our brand values and commitment to innovation — FF’s iconic Design language sparks the imagination and redefines the luxury vehicle space. The FF 91’s interior and exterior design express intelligence and functionality, enabling a best - in - class experience, and birthing a radically functional proportion
© 2023 FARADAY FUTURE PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL 7 Faraday Future — Core Pillars (2 of 2) Unique Artificial Intelligence (AI) Experience — Natural Language and voice - first interface adapts to users needs — Multiple user interface displays for every seated occupant — Triple modem 5G connectivity to ensure uninterrupted, high - speed internet access — FF’s Generative AI product stack will offer the first ever generative AI capability in the automotive sector for in - vehicle usage Leading Performance — EPA rated range of 381 miles — 0 — 60mph in 2.27 seconds — Top - end hyper car drive and handling — Industry leading compute hardware and software to drive the ultimate AI experience
© 2023 F A RA D A Y F U T U RE P RO P RIE T A RY A N D C ON F ID EN T IA L 8 02 – Business Update
© 2023 FARADAY FUTURE P RO P RIE T A RY A N D C ON F ID EN T IA L 9 On March 29, 2023, FFIE Announced the Start of Production of the FF 91 Futurist Alliance at its FF ieFactory California FF Design to review
© 2023 FARADAY FUTURE P RO P RIE T A RY A N D C ON F ID EN T IA L 10 On April 14, 2023, Faraday Future’s First Production FF 91 Vehicle Came off the Line at its FF ieFactory California
© 2023 FARADAY FUTURE PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL 11 Faraday Future’s Three - Phase Delivery Plan Allows Flexibility for our Manufacturing Operations and Helps Mitigate Production Shortfalls versus Anticipated Market Demand While Delivering the Best Product to our Users Futurist Product Officer (FPO) Co - Creation Delivery Industry Expert Futurist Product Officer (FPO) Co - Creation Delivery Full Co - Creation Delivery — In this first phase, the Industry Expert FPO(s) will get the first look and opportunity to pay in full and reserve and experience these FF 91 Futurist vehicles — The Industry Expert FPO(s) will take possession of the reserved FF 91 Futurist vehicle at the beginning of the second phase (1) — The Company expects this first phase to begin at the end of May — In this second phase, FPO(s) will pay in full for the FF 91 Futurist vehicles and will take possession of the FF 91 Futurist vehicles — In this third phase, the Company will deliver FF 91 Futurist vehicles to all spire users that pay in full for t h e FF 9 1 F u t ur is t ve h icl e s (2) (1) Phase 2 of the Three - Phase Delivery plan is contingent on receiving parts on our required timeframes and completion of requisite tests. (2) Phase 3 of the Three - Phase Delivery plan is contingent on securing the necessary financing and receiving parts on our required timeframes.
03 – The FF 91 Futurist
© 2023 FARADAY FUTURE PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL 13 FF 91 Futurist — Extreme Technology, Ultimate Intelligent User Experience and a Complete Ecosystem
© 2023 FARADAY FUTURE PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL 14 Significant Upgrades of Key Components — FF 91 Futurist is a Competitive TechLuxury Offering
© 2023 FARADAY FUTURE PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL 15 — NASA inspired zero gravity rear passenger seats with industry leading 60 degree recline and leg room — FF AI supports complex voice commands for comfort, productivity, entertainment and navigation — Advanced safety, autonomous driving (2) and parking — Spa mode function for passenger wellness — User experience is carried from seat - to - seat and vehicle - to - vehicle via the user’s unique FFID (3) — Facial recognition in each seat position configures product preferences and settings for each passenger — Seamless mobile 5G connectivity for vehicle controls, productivity & entertainment — Intuitive on - screen gesture control for distraction free driving — Driver, passenger, rear passenger displays provide a truly unique and immersive digital experience for every individual Imme r sive C o nne c t ed Intui t ive FF 91 Futurist Experience (1) All statements shown reflect expected performance / capabilities for production ready vehicles. Actual performance / capabilities may be different. Please see Risk Factors within the Form S - 1 filed with the SEC on May 05, 2023 (1) Some of the functionality may not be not available at launch (2) FF 91 hardware at start of delivery capable of supporting L3 autonomous driving (3) FFID is a unique Faraday Future user profile that ensures a consistent experience across the FF Ecosystem, recognizing the user no matter where they are or which FF vehicle they are driving
© 2023 FARADAY FUTURE PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL 16 FF’s Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) Product Stack will Offer the First Ever Generative AI Capability in the Automotive Sector for In - vehicle Usage — The product stack combines FF’s foundational capabilities such as its industry - leading computing platform, advanced operating system, ultra - fast internet connectivity, AI and natural language processing abilities, multiple displays, with demonstrated generative AI capability to give extraordinary abilities to users — FF is taking a significant step toward transforming the future of mobility. As users gain access to limitless possibilities, the car becomes an evolving, intelligent, and interactive companion, setting a new benchmark in automotive innovation — The Company is excited to be at the forefront of this transformation and looks forward to sharing more information in the near future “We have been investing in software, AI, and human machine interaction for a long time and that places us in a unique position to utilize these advances in AI. To use generative AI in a car, you need a powerful computing platform, robust operating system, internet connectivity, and suitable displays . The FF 91 has such an industry - leading computing platform, advanced operating system, ultra - high - speed internet connectivity, AI and natural language processing ability, with over 100 inches of displays , and a Generative AI Product Stack that will empower users to gradually utilize advanced generative models for a range of personalized applications in the vehicle – from complex text and voice queries, to image and video generation, stock analysis, live translations, search, entertainment, education, ecommerce, and more. The possibilities are limitless ” Prashant Gulati Head of Corporate Strategy at Faraday Future
04 – Financials
© 2023 FARADAY FUTURE PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL 18 Condensed Consolidated Statements of Operations and Comprehensive Income (Loss) — Unaudited ( i Three Months Ended March 31, 2022 2023 n thousands, except share and per share data) Operating expenses $ 114,935 $ 46,160 Research and development 6,186 5,585 Sales and marketing 27,880 27,584 General and administrative — 3,698 Loss on disposal of property and equipment 149,001 83,027 Total operating expenses (149,001) (83,027) Loss from operations 1,186 94,917 Change in fair value measurements — (3,021) Loss on settlement of notes payable (3,746) (4,651) Interest expense (622) (140) Related party interest expense (915) 2,409 Other income (expense), net (153,098) 6,487 Income (loss) before income taxes — — Income tax provision $ (153,098) $ 6,487 Net income (loss) Per share information: Net income (loss) per share of Common Stock attributable to common stockholders: $ (0.48) $ 0.01 Basic (0.48) (0.07) Diluted Weighted average shares used in computing net income (loss) per share of Common Stock: 322,211,392 657,565,442 Basic 322,211,392 988,638,662 Diluted Total comprehensive income (loss): $ (153,098) $ 6,487 Net income (loss) (564) (555) Change in foreign currency translation adjustment $ (153,662) $ 5,932 Total comprehensive income (loss)
© 2023 FARADAY FUTURE PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL 19 Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets — Unaudited ( i December 31, 2022 March 31, 2023 n thousands) Assets Current assets $ 16,968 $ 31,769 Cash 1,546 1,505 Res tri c te d cash 26,804 55,405 Deposits 21,087 14,717 Other current assets 66,405 103,396 Total current assets 417,803 446,524 Property and equipment, net 19,588 18,911 Operating lease right - of - use assets 6,492 6,458 Other non - current assets $ 510,288 $ 575,289 Total assets Liabilities and stockholders’ equity Current liabilities $ 87,376 $ 76,926 Accounts payable 65,709 66,980 Accrued expenses and other current liabilities 95,130 28,521 Bridge Warrants 1,864 2,505 Accrued interest — 140 Related party accrued interest 2,538 2,609 Operating lease liabilities, current portion 1,364 1,390 Finance lease liabilities, current portion 8,406 8,643 Related party notes payable 5,097 5,159 Notes payable, current portion 267,484 192,873 Total current liabilities 6,570 6,209 Finance lease liabilities, less current portion 18,044 17,398 Operating lease liabilities, less current portion 9,429 9,758 Other liabilities 26,008 92,665 Notes payable, less current portion 327,535 318,903 Total liabilities Commitments and contingencies Stockholders’ equity 56 82 Class A Common Stock 6 6 Class B Common Stock 3,655,771 3,723,446 Additional paid - in capital 3,505 2,950 Accumulated other comprehensive gain (3,476,585) (3,470,098) Accumulated deficit 182,753 256,386 Total stockholders’ equity $ 510,288 $ 575,289 Total liabilities and stockholders’ equity
© 2023 FARADAY FUTURE PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL 20 Condensed Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows – Unaudited (1 of 2) ( i Three Months Ended March 31, 2022 2023 n thousands) $ (1 5 3 , 098) Cash flows from operating activities $ 6,487 Net income / (loss) Adjustments to reconcile net loss to net cash used in operating activities 4,853 1,103 Depreciation and amortization expense 3,347 15,102 Stock - based compensation — 3,698 Loss on disposal of property and equipment (1,186) (79,462) Change in fair value measurement of related party notes payable and notes payable — (12,434) Change in fair value measurement of warrant liability — (2,764) Change in fair value measurement of earnout liability — 736 Amortization of operating lease right - of - use assets and intangible assets 894 686 Loss on foreign exchange 2,319 4,533 Non - cash interest expense — (3,021) Loss on settlement of notes payable 108 337 Other Changes in operating assets and liabilities: 6,840 (29,370) Deposits 2,095 6,368 Other current and non - current assets 5,747 (10,367) Accounts payable 14,527 (4,098) Accrued expenses and other current liabilities (882) (542) Operating lease liabilities (7,928) (197) Accrued interest expense $ (1 2 2 , 364) $ (1 0 3 , 205) Net cash used in operating activities Cash flows from investing activities $ (44,398) $ (16,873) Payments for property and equipment $ (44,398) $ (16,873) Net cash used in investing activities Cash flows from financing activities — 131,800 Proceeds from notes payable, net of original issuance discount — 4,079 Proceeds from exercise of warrants (87,065) (6) Payments of notes payable — (1,139) Settlement of notes payable transaction costs (466) (335) Payments of finance lease obligations 1,855 44 Proceeds from exercise of stock options $ (85,676) $ 134,443 Net cash (used in) provided by financing activities (653) 395 Effect of exchange rate changes on cash and restricted cash $ (253,091) $ 14,760 Net (decrease) increase in cash and restricted cash 530,477 18,514 Cash and restricted cash, beginning of period 277,386 33,274 Cash and restricted cash, end of period
© 2023 FARADAY FUTURE PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL 21 Condensed Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows – Unaudited (2 of 2) ( i Three Months Ended March 31, 2022 2023 n thousands) $ 276,374 $ 31,769 Cash 1,012 1,505 Res tri c te d cash $ 277,386 $ 33,274 Total cash and restricted cash, end of period Supplemental disclosure of cash flow information $ 10,040 $ 324 Cash paid for interest Supplemental disclosure of noncash investing and financing activities $ 1,881 $ 17,249 Additions of property and equipment included in accounts payable and accrued expenses — 66,609 Issuance of Warrants — 8,977 Reclassification of liability for insufficient authorized shares related to stock options and RSUs — 5,014 Reclassification of earnout shares liability to equity as part of authorized share increase — 46,296 Conversion of notes payable and accrued interest into Class A Common Stock 41,000 Issuance of convertible notes pursuant to the Exchange Agreement — 6,811 Change in classification of warrants from Additional paid - in capital to liability pursuant to the Warrant Exchange 8,206 — Recognition of operating right of use assets and lease liabilities upon adoption of ASC 842 and for new leases entered into in 2022
© 2023 FARADAY FUTURE PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL 22 Additional Financing Commitments is Expected to Provide Sufficient Funding to Reach the Anticipated Start of Phase 2 of the Three Phase Delivery Plan by the End of June 2023 — On February 05, 2023, FFIE announced $135.0 million financing commitments under the SPA (of which the C o m pa n y h a s re ceived $ 120.0 mi l l ion ) (1) — Investors in Tranche A of the SPA have funded optional notes of an aggregate amount of $38 million — On May 09, 2023, FFIE announced an additional $100.0 million financing commitments through unsecured convertible notes (1) with a portion funded earlier as a show of support — Additional flexibility with equity line of credit (ELOC) of up to $350.0 million (1) , $35.0 million financing commitments in the secured convertible notes (1) and optional convertible notes (2) in an aggregate amount of ~$242.0 million — On May 02, 2023, FFIE received an additional 180 - days extension from NASDAQ to meet NASDAQ minimum bid price requirement (1) Financing under Secured Convertible Notes, Unsecured Convertible Notes and Equity Line of Credit are subject to certain closing conditions and, as applicable, limitations of enforceability. Such closing conditions, as applicable, include, among others, an Capital Markets — Implemented cost - cutting initiatives that has allowed the Company to focus on core budget items that are essential to delivering the FF 91 Futurist — Developing business and system processes and implementing internal control to strengthen corporate governance — We reiterate our goal to create a profitable business with operating cash flow breakeven in 2025 Finance and Cost Control — SEC filings up to date — Registrations statements for a portion of financings are on file (effective and pending) — A substantial portion (55.6%) of operating expenses was allocated to Research and Development, emphasizing Company's commitment to creating industry leading products and technologies SEC Filings effective registration statement with respect to the underlying shares, sufficient authorized, unissued and uncommitted Class A shares of common stock, and the Company meeting certain delivery milestones (2) Investors in the $135 million Secured Convertible Notes have the option to invest additional funding of up to 50.0% of the initial principal amount of Tranche C (an additional $67.5 million); Investors in Tranche A of the Securities Purchase Agreement have the option to subscribe for Tranche B Notes in an amount not to exceed 100.0% of the initial principal amount of the Tranche A Notes (an additional $74.0 million); The Company may receive up to 100.0% of committed financing (an additional $100.0 million) under the Unsecured Convertible Notes at the discretion of the investors. Also assumes investors fund as per the funding schedule
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