Chinese self-driving startup Freetech raises nearly $100m
Company to use money to develop more all-in-one self-driving systems
Freetech Intelligent System CEO CEO Zhang Lin has vowed to mass produce autonomous driving systems using its "first-mover advantage." (Photo courtesy of the company)
BEIJING -- Chinese autonomous driving startup Freetech Intelligent System has raised nearly $100 million in a series B funding round led by Chaos Investment.
Other investors participating in the latest funding round include Hengxu Capital, a unit of SAIC Motor, BAIC Capital and TCL Industries Holdings.
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