About Us

Revolutionizing the Freight Transportation Industry

Solo AVT Advanced Vehicle Technologies is revolutionizing the freight transportation industry by building the first ground-up, long-haul battery electric Class 8 truck designed specifically for autonomous driving. Built by alums from Waymo, Tesla, and BMW, and backed by leading investors including Trucks VC, Maniv Mobility, and Wireframe Ventures, Solo AVT is the only company developing a dedicated, completely autonomous heavy truck platform for the future of freight.

Mission

Decarbonizing Freight

The SD1 is the next step in the journey towards decarbonizing the freight industry. This massive industry needs the innovative technologies Solo AVT is developing. Our battery-electric long-haul Class 8 truck with over 500 miles of range is is the safest and most efficient heavy truck purpose-built for the rapid decarbonization of the long-haul freight industry

Our Investors

Company timeline

Fall 2021

Idea for Solo AVT is born

Fall 2021

Idea for Solo AVT is born

Sept 2021

Solo AVT is officially founded

Oct 2021

First Engineering Meeting at Solo HQ

Dec 2021

Powertrain Build for first test vehicle begins

Dec 2021

$7+ million Seed Round Closed

Feb 2022

10+ new hires join Solo AVT

Mar 2022

Solo AVT featured in TechCrunch

Mar 2022

Solo AVT HQ opens in Fremont CA

May 2022

Solo AVT Announces the SD1

Join the Solo AVT Team

Solo Advanced Vehicle Technologies is revolutionizing the freight transportation industry by building the first ground-up, long-haul battery electric Class 8 truck designed specifically for autonomous driving. Join us and work with alums from Waymo, Tesla, BMW, Ford, Fisker and more as we develop a dedicated, completely autonomous heavy truck platform for the future of freight.

Join the Solo AVT Team

Solo Advanced Vehicle Technologies is revolutionizing the freight transportation industry by building the first ground-up, long-haul battery electric Class 8 truck designed specifically for autonomous driving. Join us and work with alums from Waymo, Tesla, BMW, Ford, Fisker and more as we develop a dedicated, completely autonomous heavy truck platform for the future of freight.