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⚡HereYouGo⚡

Rental service for connected and self-driving cars

Highlights

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💰Silicon Valley startup, a portfolio company of the best ecosystem-investors of Cruise, Zoox, Tesla
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🏆TOP 5 investments made by Draper University Ventures
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🚌Seasoned in the mobility team with the previous exit. Built&sold TakeBus - interurban bus platform
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🚗Creating a new category: sharing for self-driving cars
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💵A huge market of mobility as a service
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🚕We will bring more jobs for ex-drivers as car administrators
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🔥Our business model accelerates the deployment of self-driving technology
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❤️We build our company around customer emotions, we call that strategy - happy commuting.

Our Team

We just love transportation and it is obvious how much technology could improve this huge and important area in everyone's lives. We commute almost every day, we spend time in traffic, we're nervous when we cannot find a parking space and we hate to be fined. It could all be solved by technology.

Invest in the self-driving car industry one of the fastest-growing areas in the next 10 years!


Pic 1.  After years of no change in personal mobility, we are now in the formative stages of a powerful confluence of cultural, societal, and technological events.

New transportation technologies like electric powertrains and autonomous driving systems are entering the market and rapidly dropping in cost. 

Pic 2. Two autonomous cars are learning how to drive on the streets of San Francisco.

With so many benefits, hundreds of billions of dollars could shift away from personal vehicle products and services to new mobility services provided by transportation network companies, adaptive carmakers, and technology companies.

Pic 3. New generations moving away from owning personal cars.

Automated mobility service performed by autonomous model-year 2018 vehicles could reach cost parity with personal cars and capture between 3–10% of the U.S. mobility market by the mid 2020s. But this is not the limit to the potential proliferation of automated mobility services.

Pic 4. This moment creates the possibility.

Pic 5. We want to transform joyless transportation into happy commuting.


Pic 6.  Five steps to achieve our vision.

Automated mobility service performed by autonomous model-year 2018 vehicles could reach cost parity with personal cars and capture between 3–10% of the U.S. mobility market by the mid 2020s. But this is not the limit to the potential proliferation of automated mobility services.

Pic 7. Our CEO Konstantin presents HereYouGo at Stanford University.

With the potential to compete economically with personal vehicles in the multitrillion-dollar mobility market, many of the world’s most powerful companies are working toward highly automated vehicles for consumer mobility service use, several by 2020: Google, Zoox, GM, Tesla.

Pic 8.  ZOOX (sold to Amazon for more than $1 Bln.) self-driving startup is a good example of a strategy in AV space that requires new business models.

Our business model will make it more affordable and easier to purchase and use self-driving and connected vehicles through sharing economy principles. Our business will be a strong impetus to the widespread penetration of autonomous driving technology. 

Pic 9. Product slide. Pilot launch planned in San Mateo, CA.

Our product will allow renting connected cars like Tesla and self-driving cars in the future. The car will be conveniently located near our pilot launch location - Draper University.

Pic 10. Konstantin Maslennikov with his team and Tim Draper.

We got the idea of HereYouGo while studying at Draper University, founded by Tim Draper investor of the most successful startups in the self-driving space as Zoox (acquired by Amazon for $1.3 Bln.), Cruise (acquired by General Motors for $1 Bln.), and Tesla. 

Later, Draper University Ventures become our first investor.

Pic 11. Konstantin Maslennikov and Juan Acosta near Draper University after the Tesla Autopilot test drive.

Pic 12. Press about us.


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