When was Leap Motor founded?
Leap Motor was founded in 2015.
Where is Leap Motor's headquarters?
Leap Motor's headquarters is located at No.451 Wulianwang St, Hangzhou.
What is Leap Motor's latest funding round?
Leap Motor's latest funding round is Private Equity - II.
How much did Leap Motor raise?
Leap Motor raised a total of $1.761B.
Who are the investors of Leap Motor?
Investors of Leap Motor include Hangzhou Capital, CITIC Dicastal, China Capital Management, China Capital Investment Group, Guosen H&S and 17 more.
Who are Leap Motor's competitors?
Competitors of Leap Motor include WM Motor and 4 more.
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