Olympian Motors is a disruptive electric vehicle company. We are building minimalistic Electric Vehicles, based on a super-modular drivetrain/electronics architecture, combined with a new decentralized manufacturing model. • Received 182 pre-orders for Olympian Model O1 ($16M+ pre-booked revenue) • Disruptive, super-modular EV architecture: We simplified drivetrain & vehicle electronics, and reduced the semiconductor/ECU complexity, and developed proprietary magnetic blocks to simplify car assembly process. • Decentralized production model: Olympian designed a novel production model that allows decentralized-localized manufacturing of Olympian vehicles across the U.S. Olympian's production lead time is 70% shorter than legacy automakers. We minimized costly hardware, tooling, fitment and labor expenses. • Rapid go-to-market: We aim to deliver the first Olympian O1 EVs by Q4/2022. We don't waste time and resources, unlike other EV companies. (It took 9+ years for Lucid and 11+ years for Rivian to make their first commercial shipment). • Very competitive battery efficiency in urban areas (Olympian early prototypes achieved slightly better miles/kwh efficiency than Tesla Model 3 and Rivian). • We use carbon-sequestered and recyclable materials for +7% of vehicle components. At Olympian, we prioritize: - Minimalism - Aesthetics - Simplified cockpit and infotainment system - Recyclable and carbon-sequestered materials We aim to change today’s standardized and banal car experience, minimalize the design, simplify driver UX and over-complicated dashboard. Olympian Motors will create a new ‘experience-first’ consumer segment in the automotive. Minimalistic. Aesthetic. Electric. Refined.
Ex-VC and Electronics Engineer turned into an entrepreneur. Previously at Qualcomm Strategy & Ventures, focused on automotive, mobility and augmented reality. Prior to that, Eren worked at multiple VC funds in New York and investment banks in Europe. He started his professional career at Ford Motors as an R&D engineer. He holds an MBA degree from Columbia University, and a BSc Degree in Electronics Engineering.
Previously a Business Development Lead at Cisco. Prior to that, Jasmine worked at IBM & EY as a managing consultant in the automotive and mobility industry. She started her career at Merrill Lynch as a BD analyst. She holds a BA in Economics from NYU.