CODA Raises $25 Million in Series C Funding

Coda Sedan

In brief: CODA Automotive raised $25 million in Series C funding, closing January 6th, marking $74 million to-date in A-C funding for the startup automaker.

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Coda Sedan

CODA Automotive, based in California, has raised $25 million in series C funding, totaling $74 million in fundraising to-date. This funding is specifically to be allocated towards safety certification and testing for the purpose-built battery systems CODA is building in a joint venture facility with Yardney in Connecticut.

The venture, called Coda Battery Systems, will design and manufacture automotive-grade li-ion battery systems in the U.S. for vehicle such as the Coda Sedan.

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The Coda Sedan will likely use batteries sourced from this venture in future models, the current model using batteries sourced from China.

Photo credits: CODA Automotive

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