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About QuantumScape

QuantumScape develops an all-solid-state battery designed for electric cars.

QuantumScape Headquarters Location

1730 Technology Drive

San Jose, California, 95110,

United States


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Expert Collections containing QuantumScape

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QuantumScape is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Energy Storage.


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Auto & Mobility Tech

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Companies developing battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and fuel cell vehicles (FCEVs) as well as companies working on improvements to battery design, building out charging infrastructure, and launching EV sharing services to help accelerate adoption.

QuantumScape Patents

QuantumScape has filed 131 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Rechargeable batteries
  • Lithium-ion batteries
  • Electrochemistry
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Capacitors, Lithium-ion batteries, Electrochemistry, Rechargeable batteries, Fuel cells


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Capacitors, Lithium-ion batteries, Electrochemistry, Rechargeable batteries, Fuel cells



Latest QuantumScape News

Global Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs) in Mobility Market Report 2022 with Use Cases for Polestar, Arrival, QuantumScape, REE, ChargePoint, Luminar, & Aurora

Aug 12, 2022

In 2020 and 2021 SPAC popularity exploded, grabbing the attention of investors, start-ups, technology companies, and regulators alike. The SPAC approach offers many start-ups, technology companies, and non-traditional automotive companies an alternative path to public market. Essentially blank check shell companies, SPACs are formed to list companies on stock exchanges or make them public without going through the traditional IPO process. Automotive/mobility-related SPACs are growing exponentially as this approach allows cash flow into the companies that need large capital to expand their operations and launch use-case-driven products in the market. The SPAC hype is quite relevant to automotive tech companies, with more than 40 SPACs announced in 2021 alone. This study provides an executive outlook of SPAC deals happening in the automotive industry. The electric, autonomous, and urban air mobility (flying cars) segments experienced more SPAC formations than all other automotive industry verticals. Among them are Joby Aviation, Archer Aviation, Lilium, Blade Urban Air Mobility, Faraday Future, Fisker, Lucid Motors, Canoo, Polestar, and REE. Research Highlights Analyze and understand SPACs, the SPAC structure, and the various processes involved in SPAC deals Deep dive into the evolution of SPACs and the time frame and life cycle of the SPAC process Identify how the SPAC process differs from the traditional IPO process, the regulations involved, and the challenges and growth factors for SPACs in the mobility market Provide a strategic overview of the SPAC process, with the intent of identifying and understanding the key stakeholders, segments, regions, and companies driving the innovations through this alternate IPO concept Highlight the evolution of SPAC in automotive Deep dive into the key operational model of SPAC, with a specific focus on its automotive regulations and methodology Provide an overview of top SPAC mergers and their transaction highlights Key Issues Addressed What are the advantages and disadvantages of SPAC? Which are the key growth segments in SPAC? What strategies are possible for automotive companies seeking long-term SPAC investment? What are the future opportunities in SPAC? Key Topics Covered: The Strategic Imperative

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  • When was QuantumScape founded?

    QuantumScape was founded in 2010.

  • Where is QuantumScape's headquarters?

    QuantumScape's headquarters is located at 1730 Technology Drive, San Jose.

  • What is QuantumScape's latest funding round?

    QuantumScape's latest funding round is Corporate Minority - P2P.

  • How much did QuantumScape raise?

    QuantumScape raised a total of $300M.

  • Who are the investors of QuantumScape?

    Investors of QuantumScape include Volkswagen Group, Kensington Capital Acquisition, Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and 5 more.

  • Who are QuantumScape's competitors?

    Competitors of QuantumScape include Enpower Energy, Cadenza Innovation, Solid Power, Prieto Battery, Powerit and 7 more.

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