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Faraday Future Makes More Big Claims—but Fails to Back Them Up With Any Details

Faraday Future, the Chinese-backed, California-based electric-car maker, remains secretive about its plans to develop a record-breaking battery. The company announced a supply agreement with Korea’s LG Chem earlier this month, saying the collaboration would result in “in the world’s highest energy density for a production automotive battery.” The announcement is typical for Faraday -- lots of hype, but few specifics.
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