Faraday Future represents BMW Ulrich Kranz as Chief Technology Officer

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Despite the well documented difficulties that Faraday Future has, they were able to win yet another high-caliber executive, this time by BMW


Ulrich Kranz, former head of the BMW i, reports after a 30-year stint at the Bavarian automobile manufacturer, as Chief Technology Officer, Bloomberg .
Its main task is to make the 1.050hp FF 91 SUV from concept to a full production car, with the Chinese-supported startup with a cash crunch and concerns for the credibility of its top investor, LeEco founder Jia Yueting.

"I am not a job hopper," said Kranz. "Some people will probably lift the eyebrows" in response to the departure from BMW, he added. "But people who know me well know that I can take risks, I have always jumped into projects."

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Faraday Future announced last week that they are governing their much-advertised $ 1 billion factory in Nevada , But said that they are looking for another facility for the production of FF 91. source: www.carscoops.com
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