BMW, Jaguar Land Rover and Porsche all backed a series B round for the roadside assistance app developer, whose early investors include Verizon, Allianz and ATD.

US-based roadside assistance provider Urgent.ly has raised $21m in a series B round that included the corporate venturing units owned by automotive manufacturers BMW, Porsche and Jaguar Land Rover. BMW i Ventures, Porsche Ventures and InMotion Ventures all took part in the round alongside undisclosed current investors, boosting the company’s overall funding to $38m. Founded…

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