Faraday Future breaks ground on $1bn production plant in Nevada

WCN Editorial Team 14 Apr 2016 NORTH AMERICA BUILDINGS

Faraday Future, a US-based electric car maker, has broken ground on $1bn manufacturing plant in Nevada.

The company said that it will build its flagship production vehicle at the new facility located 25 miles north of the Las Vegas Strip.

The environmentally-friendly plant will be powered by solar, wind, and geo-thermal energy. Construction work on the project will commence in less than a month’s time. The project is expected to create 4,500 jobs in the region.

Faraday Future global vice president of manufacturing Dag Reckhorn said: “This first plant will be a truly modern workspace, offering a clean, open air environment, ergonomic arrangements, and an encouraged interactivity between employees and visitors. This will make for a brand new, cutting-edge west coast hub for the EV industry.”

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