Rumors abound over troubled electric car startup Faraday Future, its latest being a potential $900 million investment by Indian automaker Tata Motors.

According to Gasgoo, a Chinese automotive news aggregator, the $900 million investment awarded Tata Motors a 10 percent stake in the company. Neither company has yet to comment nor are there many details in how this report originated.

The four-year-old Faraday Future has had a tumultuous 2017 with plenty of setbacks. These include a mass exodus of senior executives, including its head of supply chain management and chief technical officer. Others include Chinese government probes into its billionaire founder Jia Yueting’s management of company finances, along with mismanagement of its Nevada-based manufacturing facility in disqualifying itself from receiving tax funds to finance its construction.

The company’s struggles have even translated into lawsuits and upcoming court battles. On Nov. 10, Faraday’s sparse website announced the immediate termination of Stefan Krause, its former chief financial officer for “malfeasance and dereliction of duty” with respects to fundraising efforts. In a press release, Krause claims his resignation was submitted a month prior. No word was shared regarding former chief technology officer Ulrich Kranz’ departure, other than it would not hinder Faraday Future’s research and development program.

India-based Tata Motors is the six largest auto manufacturer in India. Its vehicles are sold in more than 50 countries, with the Jaguar Land Rover (UK) its primary source of income. After acquiring it for $2.4 billion a decade ago, the brand has contributed to roughly 75 percent of turnover and Tata’s highest margins compared to its domestic cars and commercial vehicles. In the interim, it has enjoyed modest progress with electric vehicles, with its September unveiling of the Tiago Electric concept in the UK.

In turn, India also plans to phase out gas-powered vehicles by 2030.