The Berlin-based startup Wind Mobility, which specialises in e-scooter and e-bike rentals, has secured $50 million (€ 44.6 million) in Series A funding led by existing investors. Back in November last year, the company raised $22 million (€19 million) from Chinese Source Code Capital and Europe’s HV Holtzbrinck Ventures. With this, Wind Mobility has raised a total of $72M ( €64 million) in funding over 2 rounds.
3rd-gen e-scooter: Durable and longer battery life
Apart from funding news, the mobility company has also unveiled its third generation e-scooters after eight months in development. As per the company claims, the new hardware is more durable than before and should last over 12 months when used in the tough sharing environment.