Wunder Mobility

Wunder Mobility is a fastest-growing mobility technology company that provides turn-key solutions which enable companies and cities worldwide to provide clean, convenient, and accessible mobility.

Wunder Mobility develops a platform that lets companies and municipalities create their own urban mobility services.

Wunder Mobility was founded in 2014 by Gunnar Froh & Sam Baker. The company is headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, with an additional office in Los Angeles, California.


Wunder Mobility works with fleet operators and mobility companies, such as car-, scooter- and bike-sharing platforms, and its customers include Daimler, Toyota, Yamaha, BMW, Volkswagen as well as the city of Hamburg. In the United States, Wunder is currently working with an automotive company as well as some exciting early-stage start-ups. For example, Caramel, a car-sharing startup and Kuhmute, a charging station provider from Flint Michigan.


Wunder Mobility's core product offerings include the following: Wunder Carpool, Wunder Shuttle, Wunder Fleet, Wunder Rent, Wunder City, & Wunder Park. It's technology is currently used in more than 100 cities on five continents to power more than 100,000 vehicles facilitating over 12 million trips worldwide.


Wunder Mobility's investors include Blumberg Capital, KCK and other non-disclosed investors. The company raised $30M from its latest "Series B" financing on Sep 19, 2019. This brings Wunder Mobility's total funding to $70M to date.



  • Year founded: 2014
  • Funding Info: $70M over 4 Rounds of Funding (Last Funding Type: Series B)
  • Yearly Revenue: NA
  • Employee Size: 51-200
  • Business Valuation: NA
  • City/Town: Hamburg
  • State: Hamburg
  • Country: Germany
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