As AECOM stated to Jalopnik: "At this time, Faraday Future is temporarily adjusting their construction schedule with plans to resume in early 2017. We remain fully committed to our client and our employees working on this project, and we look forward to the facility's successful delivery." AECOM says grading and foundation preparation work has been completed at the site. There is not yet an official statement from Faraday Future; the latest information from the company is in the form of video depicting the still-covered electric crossover on the move.
In last December, Faraday Future was given around $215 million in incentives from the state of Nevada. FF is partially backed by the Chinese investor Jia Yueting, whose own financials have suffered; as a result, FF's own financial stability has been questioned by Nevada treasurer Dan Schwartz.