FF has worked closely with Guangzhou MINO Equipment to develop manufacturing equipment specific to the FF 91

LOS ANGELES – Faraday Future Intelligent Electric Inc. (“FF”), a California-based global shared intelligent electric mobility ecosystem company, today announced the arrival of intelligent manufacturing equipment from Guangzhou MINO Equipment Co., Ltd., a top-tier automotive supplier offering advanced manufacturing solutions. Included in the shipment is critical equipment for the body assembly production line of the ultimate intelligent techluxury FF 91.

“Guangzhou MINO Equipment has been deeply involved with the FF 91 program since the vehicle’s inception and helped to create an efficient and reliable intelligent manufacturing solution for the FF 91,” said Matt Tall, Vice President of Manufacturing at Faraday Future. “MINO is a supplier to many top automotive OEMs, and we’re excited to have them as a partner as we introduce a vehicle that will redefine the luxury EV segment.”

Guangzhou MINO Equipment Co., Ltd. was incorporated in 2008. MINO’s main product lines include Body In White (BIW) automatic welding lines, power-train and new energy manufacturing equipment, electrical automation and robotics application integration and services.

“We’re excited to partner with Faraday Future to develop advanced manufacturing equipment for its plant in Hanford, California,” said Rey Hsu, PhD, CEO MINO USA. “It’s an honor to play a role in bringing the FF 91 to production and to help build the future of the EV industry.”

Click the link to see a short video of the delivery of the intelligent manufacturing equipment from Guangzhou MINO: Manufacturing Equipment Delivery.

The FF 91 Futurist Alliance Edition and FF 91 Futurist models represent the next generation of intelligent techluxury EVs. They are high-performance EVs that allow users to experience a luxurious, high-tech third internet living space beyond their home and office.

Next week, Faraday Future will unveil the first production-intent FF 91 at its plant in Hanford, Calif. This achievement marks production Milestone #4 – production-intent builds for final engineering validation and certification.

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