Chinese electric-vehicle developer Faraday Future said on Thursday it was exploring strategic options, including debt and equity financing, two days after the automaker's co-founder, Nick Sampson, stepped down.
The company said it "can now welcome potential investors from around the world."
The move comes as the cash-strapped company, which has ambitions to overtake Tesla, is embroiled in a bitter legal fight with its main investor, China's Evergrande Health Industry Group, after a planned $2 billion investment went sour.
Last week, Faraday Future got relief to seek financing from sources other than Evergrande Health, according to a interim ruling by a Hong Kong arbitration court.
Faraday Future has retained Stifel, Nicolaus & Co. as its financial adviser.