The startup, which delivers used vehicles that buyers purchase online via giant vending-type machines, has received the $160 million led by an unnamed U.S. institutional investor, reports Reuters. It will use the money to expand in the U.S. into 20 markets by the end of the year and to double its inventory to 10,000 vehicles.
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