“We are working on this new charging, which is a different type of charging. It’s not a cable, and it’s not inductive charging. […] think this could be a new standard where you actually don’t even have to get out of the car to charge the vehicle.”
This is Henrik Fisker making promises but this time, things seem to have moved as he added his company is working on prototypes for this new type of charger with ABB.
“A liquidity situation in China would not have an impact around FF. We are a completely separate company.”
Faraday Future CFO and COO Stefan Krause tries to reassure potential and much needed investors by distancing the start-up from crisis-shaken LeEco, which he positioned as just a “supplier.”