Anki, a consumer robotics company, has raised a Series C round of $55 million led by J.P. Morgan, with participation from existing investors Andreessen Horowitz, Index Ventures and Two Sigma. Including its initial funding in 2012, Anki has raised a total of $105 million in equity through three financing rounds.
Currently, Anki makes smart cars that can be controlled through an app, as well as a starter track and other accessories. Additional cars can be programmed to be raced along one of the company's track mats by artificial intelligence. The company raised a $37 million+ Series B round in 2013 at a valuation of almost $209 million.