Autonomous driving start-up DeepRoute.ai plans to use the proceeds from its recent US$300 million funding round to expand its workforce and fleet of robotaxis. Photo: SCMP Autonomous driving start-up DeepRoute.ai plans to use the proceeds from its recent US$300 million funding round to expand its workforce and fleet of robotaxis. Photo: SCMP
Autonomous driving start-up DeepRoute.ai plans to use the proceeds from its recent US$300 million funding round to expand its workforce and fleet of robotaxis. Photo: SCMP

Chinese self-driving firm DeepRoute.ai raises US$300 million from Alibaba, others

  • Other investors in DeepRoute.ai’s latest funding round include Greater China-focused tech investor Jeneration Capital and Chinese carmaker Geely
  • DeepRoute.ai will use the funds to double the fleet of its test robo-taxis to 150 by the end of this year, up from the current 70

Topic |   Autonomous driving
Autonomous driving start-up DeepRoute.ai plans to use the proceeds from its recent US$300 million funding round to expand its workforce and fleet of robotaxis. Photo: SCMP Autonomous driving start-up DeepRoute.ai plans to use the proceeds from its recent US$300 million funding round to expand its workforce and fleet of robotaxis. Photo: SCMP
Autonomous driving start-up DeepRoute.ai plans to use the proceeds from its recent US$300 million funding round to expand its workforce and fleet of robotaxis. Photo: SCMP
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