Japanese start-up raises £9.2m to accelerate rollout of electric sports car

James Phillips
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Company says latest round of funding will support domestic sales and the development of a left-hand-drive version of the car

Kyoto-based electric vehicle (EV) start-up Green Lord Motors (GLM) has raised ¥1.7bn (£9.2m) for its Tommykaira ZZ electric sports car, it announced earlier this week. The company, founded in 2010 by...

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