Baidu's electric car brand Jidu closes $400M Series A round – TechCrunch

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Once an industry with long development cycles, the automotive space is being upended by China's tech giants. One can hardly keep up with all the new electric vehicle brands that come out of the country nowadays. Jidu, an electric carmaking company founded by Baidu and its Chinese auto partner Geely only a year ago, said Wednesday it has banked nearly $400 million in a Series A funding round. The new injection, bankrolled by Baidu and Geely, which owns Volvo, is a boost to the $300 million initiation capital that Jidu closed last March. The proceeds will speed up Jidu's R&D and mass production process and allow it to showcase its first concept "robocar" -- which it classifies as an automotive robot rather than a car -- at the Beijing auto show in April.

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