Our Company

About Us

Headquartered in Silicon Valley with facilities across the world, SF Motors is uniquely poised to deliver intelligent EVs to a broader market. We are the only pure EV provider to wholly control and operate production facilities in both the U.S. and China. Our R&D centers in U.S., Germany, China, and Japan are focused on creating the next generation of EV technology. We plan to share these capabilities to help the entire industry thrive.

About Us

Headquartered in Silicon Valley with facilities across the world, SF Motors is uniquely poised to deliver intelligent EVs to a broader market. We are the only pure EV provider to wholly control and operate production facilities in both the U.S. and China. Our R&D centers in U.S., Germany, China, and Japan are focused on creating the next generation of EV technology. We plan to share these capabilities to help the entire industry thrive.

Our Careers

SF Motors Company Culture

At SF Motors, our human-centered approach begins with our people. Our global team includes experts with deep experience in the automotive and technology industries. Our technical ingenuity and international manufacturing base give us a unique edge in our efforts to rethink human mobility.

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Recent Newsworthy Highlights

SF Motors Expands its Silicon Valley Footprint with a New R&D Facility for Intelligent Electric Vehicles

SF Motors announced a new R&D facility in Silicon Valley to push forward its innovative electric powertrain technology and ensure smooth transition to mass production.

SF Motors Unveils Advanced Intelligent Electric Vehicle Technology to Accelerate Global Access to EVs

SF Motors announced its latest technological advances and a new line of intelligent electric vehicles at its global launch on March 28, aiming to accelerate EV industry.

SF Motors Pushes Forward on its Autonomous Ambitions, Deploying Advanced Research and Test Vehicles Across Silicon Valley

SF Motors announced it has begun test driving autonomous technology on the streets of Silicon Valley after receiving a permit from California's Department of Motor Vehicles to test autonomous vehicle technology on public roads.