The aerial electric taxi developer increased its overall funding to $720m in a series C round led by a $394m investment from Toyota.
Mobile bank operator Chime has closed a $500m series E round at a $5.8bn valuation – an increase of $4.3bn in nine months – backed by Access Industries.
Jin Jiang International and Legend Holdings will get exit routes through the deal, which is set to give SoftBank a stake in the workspace provider sized at about 80%.
The additional cash would be added to the $1.5bn second tranche of warrant financing agreed by SoftBank and the beleaguered We Company late last year.
Rounds above $100m tend to be raised by companies based in the US and China. Last year we saw a record number of corporate-backed rounds.
Toyota will invest $600m into Didi Chuxing and form a joint venture also involving GAC Toyota Motor that will be focused on vehicle-related services for ride hailing drivers.
SoftBank Vision Fund invested $1.46bn to take Grab's series H round, already backed by Toyota, Hyundai, Kia, Booking Holdings, Central Group, Yamaha, Ping An, Microsoft, Tokyo Century and KBank, to $4.5bn.
Cargo shipping services platform Flexport is now valued at $3.2bn following a $1bn round led by SoftBank Vision Fund that will go to technology development and hiring.