查询词已翻译为：Geely Invests US$ 55 Million in German Air Taxi Start-up
Geely invests $55 million in German air taxi startup Volocopter. Sep 9, 2019 ... In 2017, the company bought US-based Terrafugia, which at the time claimed it would bring a flying car to market by 2019. Nonetheless, these companies face regulatory challenges as well as public concerns over safety.
This is an example of the sort of vehicle Volocopter hopes to develop, and launch commercially. Provided to china daily Chinese automaker Geely has taken a stake in the German air taxi company Volocopter, leading a round of investment worth 50 million euros ($55.2 million) that will help the startup finance its commercialization within the next three years.
Geely Holding Group is heavily investing in the flying transport business with plans to set up a joint venture company to provide air taxis in China. The Chinese firm will be partly funding German flying taxi company Volocopter to help it further develop its aircraft for commercial use.
Chinese automotive company Geely led a Series C financing round of $55 million into German flying taxi company Volocopter. Volocopter has been developing a drone-like air taxi as an innovative solution to urban transportation. Volocopter's CFO, Rene Griemens has confirmed that the investment will give Geely roughly a 10% stake in the company, implying an investment of around $25 million and ...
China's Geely takes stake in German 'flying taxi' firm Volocopter German "flying taxi" developer Volocopter said Monday it had raised 50 million euros ($55.1 million) from investors including automaker Geely, risking a revived debate about Chinese investments in EU firms.
In this latest round, a Series C that brings the total raised to €85 million, Geely is investing alongside Daimler — the German car giant that owns Mercedes and a number of other brands ...
Chinese automaker Geely has taken a stake in the German air taxi company Volocopter, leading a round of investment worth 50 million euros ($55.2 million) that will help the startup finance its ...
Chinese Auto Giant Invests Big in Air Taxi Start-Up Volocopter ... The Hangzhou-based automotive group has agreed to invest in German flying-car developer Volocopter, after leading the start-up's Series C funding round in early September. Geely and Volocopter are now set to enter a joint venture, with the expectation to bring urban air ...
The German airport taxi start-up Volocopter has secured 50 million euros in a new financing round led by the Chinese Geely Group. The new funds will be used to bring Volocopter's electric aircraft to commercial launch within the next three years. In order to bring the concept of urban air mobility to China, Geely and […]