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Chinese EV chassis maker PIX secures $11M to build self-driving vehicles
Hannah DeTavis
PIX hopes to reimagine city life on the go via self-driving pods
PIX hopes to reimagine city life on the go via self-driving pods. Source: PIX Moving

In a pre Series-A round led by a single undisclosed investor, PIX Moving has raised $11M, bringing the company’s total capital raised to $20M. PIX’s various mobility devices can provide on-demand moving services for any situation; imagine an autonomous vending car, mobile office, self-driving hotel, or moving karaoke.

The company graduated from HAX’s second batch back when it was building drone solutions. PIX then moved on to autonomous skateboards, a chassis including drive units, batteries, and other key components. With its modular architecture, these skateboards can be adapted to meet various self-driving scenarios.

Now, PIX is churning out self-driving vehicles. With some of the new funding, PIX intends to scale these vehicles toward mass production for its own skateboard chassis platforms and robo buses. The rest of the funds will go toward expanding the company’s global markets, increasing production, and hiring on new team members. PIX plans to reach production capacities of 1,200–2,500 vehicles this year alone.