There’s a carmaker investing a billion dollars in a new Nevada factory. This factory will employ 4,500 people and produce a new breed of electric car.
Sounds like Tesla, doesn’t it?
After all, Tesla recently broke ground on a $1.3 billion factory in Nevada to build batteries for its vehicles. But Tesla isn’t building this other factory. It’s being built by a company that has never released a vehicle and has never even produced a public concept.
How is that possible?
Frankly, I don’t know. But Faraday Future, the mysterious California automaker with funding from a Chinese billionaire, seems to have a plan.