ClearMotion lands $100M to swap software for car shocks and boost self-driving UX

 ClearMotion, a company that’s building an alternative chassis for vehicle makers which replaces traditional physical shock absorbers with digital, software-driven adaptive actuators, has readied $100 million in a Series C round, led by a group of clients advised by J.P. Morgan’s asset management wing and with participation from NEA, Qualcomm Ventures and more. The company claims… Read More