EVs were inevitable. While Tesla may have pushed out there first, even if they didn't exist, someone else would have gotten there eventually. So, we'd be a little behind where we are now, maybe a year or so.You can voice any opinion you want. But all you do is be negative. And not for any particularly good reason. If you have an argument to make, make it but state some facts along with it. Not simply whining.
Regardless of whether Lucid or Faraday or Tesla are successful or not, their existence pushes other car makers to get off their arses and make better cars. Where would we be right now if Tesla didn't exist?
I'm pretty sure Faraday is close to being done. They only announced a week ago that the owner's, LeECO, deal to buy Vizio TV for $2B is off. And, there are large layoffs at their US subsidiaries. Only a matter of time for news about a work standstill at Faraday or a key engineer leaving.