AutoComplete: Faraday Future unveils first production car, as Tesla misses delivery targets
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In battle start up, Faraday feature has finally revealed it's first production car and shared some impressive numbers.
The FF91 road on the stage at CES with acclaimed 1050 horse power and a zero to sixty time of just 2.39 second Those are super car humbling figures in a practical, autonomous, crossover hatch wagon thing.
This EV looks impressive, but the company has also been rocked lately by reports of dire finances and worker strife so it's very much an open question if it'll ever make it to market.
Tesla's latest delivery report is out, and the Silicon Valley E.V. maker fell short of its quarterly target.
Again, Tesla delivered around 22,000 Model S and X vehicles in Q4, a few thousand off its 25k projection.
The company also fell short of its yearly delivery target.
Tesla says production delays due to auto-pilot hardware updates are to blame, as well as shipping and customer receiving issues.
Lower-than-promised deliveries are getting to be a theme over at Tesla, but, luckily for Elon Musk, Wall Street has largely continued to forgive and forget.
Honda has a problem that could only happen to its Ridgeline.
9,200 units of its unibody pickup are being recalled because water can leak out of the drain hole in its unique in-bed lockable trunk.
That leak may damage a wiring harness, unexpectedly triggering the stability control system which could Result in a crash.
Affected all wheel drive Ridgelines from the 2017 model year will be inspected and have parts replaced free of charge as needed.
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