Electric vehicle manufacturer Faraday Future (FF) has reported the receipt of more than 300 nonbinding no-deposit reservations for its FF 91 2.0 Futurist aiFalcon limited edition. The surge in reservations occurred within 72 hours following the FF Middle East Strategy Launch Press Conference held in Abu Dhabi.
FF sees these nonbinding reservations as indicative of the perceived appeal of the FF brand and its product offerings. Looking ahead, FF outlines plans to potentially introduce the FF 91 2.0 Futurist aiFalcon Limited Edition to the Middle East market as early as 2024. The company has expressed intent to convert these nonbinding reservations into confirmed deposits pending the acquisition of required local regulatory sales licenses and compliance with regulatory requirements.
Matthias Aydt, Global CEO of FF, expressed appreciation for the positive response in the Middle East, emphasizing the anticipated unique design and innovative performance of the FF 91 2.0 Futurist aiFalcon. Aydt emphasized the flagship model's potential to offer a distinctive mobility experience to users in the Middle East, and FF's ongoing commitment to delivering quality products and services.
In a separate development, the FF 91 2.0 Futurist Alliance made a notable appearance at the Abu Dhabi Yas Marina Circuit during the Abu Dhabi Formula 1 Grand Prix week starting November 24. This attracted attention, with global users having firsthand experiences inside the car. Several users from the United States made onsite fully refundable pre-order deposits for the FF 91 2.0 Futurist Alliance, indicating substantial support for the product.
FF's recent strategic cooperation agreement with Master Investment Group and Siraj Holding LLC includes key figures Sheikh Abdullah bin Mohamed Al Qassimi and Ahmed Khalaf Al Otaiba joining FF's Global Advisory Committee. They are set to serve as directors of an FF Middle East subsidiary, contributing to FF's business expansion, sales, marketing, strategic financing, and partnership relationships in the Middle East.