The managers are responsible for the operational parts of the organisation. Apart from the project- and technical leaders, each manager is responsible for their respective subteam, making sure deadlines are met and dividing the workload in their team. They are also members of the board.

Klara Olli
Project Leader
Johan Appelros
High Voltage Manager
Nils Karlbrink Malmquist
Technical Leader
Adam Johansson
Chassis Statics Manager
Jacob Wallersköld
Chassis Dynamics Manager
Filip Kronström
Low Voltage Manager
Olof Karlsson
Powertrain Manager


The administration team takes care of everything not related to the car. This ranges from events and scheduling to marketing and finances. This team has an overview of what is happening at any given time within the organisation and handles the non-mechanical parts.

John Starberg
Head of Communications
Jacob Thell
Head of Finance
Alexander Sorte
Head of External Relations
Villiam Tettenborn
Head of Corporate Relations
Jesper Börnesjö
Art Director
Fabrice Dufberg Suh
Photographer & Filmmaker
David Gyllensten
NTE Manager
Filip Vukic
NTE Communicator

Chassis Statics

Responsible for making sure the car stays in one piece, the chassis statics team works with all the robust parts of the car. From welding to manufacturing carbon fiber plates and aero elements, this is the base on which the rest of the project develops on.

Jenny Hoang
Erik Stålbrand
Anton Johanesson
Oskar Lundström
Paulina Antonsson
Philip Afsen
Brakes and Pedals
Benjamin Kabil
Brakes and Pedals
Vanessa Rundgren
Adam Mheisen
Fredrik Horn
Frame & Safety
Marcus Daag
Frame & Safety
Sebastian Gulz-Haake
Frame & Safety

Chassis Dynamics

In summary, the chassis dynamics team is responsible for the moving parts. This includes the suspension elements, as well as the uprights for the wheels.

Matthis Schneider
Unsprung mass
Mattias Ly
Unsprung mass
Axel von Keyserlingk
Unsprung Mass
Simon Håkansson
Unsprung Mass
Ivan Carlestam
Vehicle dynamics
Vilgot Snygg
Vehicle dynamics

Low Voltage

A car is not purely mechanical, there are many electronic parts that need to be considered. This is what the low voltage team excels at. They do everything from handling the control units to adapting software to cooperate with the car, as well as gathering data during testing to continiously improve the car.

Sepehr Tayari
Hardware - Control Units
Ludvig Hansson
Hardware - Control Units
David Karlsson
Hardware - Control Units
Mattias Evaldsson
Hardware - BSPD TSAL
Martin Alumets
Hardware - BMS ACU
Anup Pravin
Måns Lindeberg
Elias Frykholm
Viktor Bard
Axel Sneitz-Björkman
Sensor & Logging
Oskar Nilvéus Olofsson
Sensor & Logging
Oskar Berg
Sensor & Logging

High Voltage

While you might get a little zap from working with the parts mentioned above, it is slightly more serious with this team. The high voltage team develops the batteries and motor for our electric vehicle, continually developing safe methods of working with high voltage equipment. Ultimately, they aim to make the electric vehicle into a powerhouse to rival our combustion vehicle.

William Hellingwerf
Stefan Lopar
Isabella Hansen
LiPo Cells
Johanna Wikström
LiPo Cells
Hannes Byden
Motor & inverter
Christoffer Johansson
Motor & inverter


Of course, the car is not going anywhere without an engine. The powertrain team’s goal is to get as much output as possible out of the engine, through optimising the drivetrain and mapping out the engine’s performance in our dyno.

Jacob Lundborg
Ludvig Lindsjö
Driton Sabani
Engine calibration and dyno
Johan Siwerson
Engine electronics and dyno
Dimos Tikeris
Fuel, Shift and clutch


Last but not least, the driverless team. They are tirelessly working on the prototype for our very first autonomous undertaking, currently limited to software and a small RC car, with the goal of hopefully implementing it into a proper chassis in the future.

Rickard Carlsson
Technical Leader Driverless
Olle Hedbrant
Control Theory and Hardware
Anton Sedin
David Carpenfelt
Gustaf Broström
Johan Ahlquist
Martin Gemborn Nilsson
Rickard Bolin
Erik Leffler