- As tech develops and consumer habits change, the sight of unmanned vehicles could become commonplace in both urban and rural locations.
- Drones have already been used to deliver medication to remote spots, for example.
The Hyundai Motor Group has released details of a concept vehicle designed to function as both a four-wheel-drive car and a “four-legged walking machine,” in the latest example of how ideas on mobility and logistics are changing.
According to a statement from the South Korean automotive giant Wednesday, the vehicle — known as TIGER, or transforming intelligent ground excursion robot — has been designed to operate without a crew and in “extreme, remote locations.”
A team from Hyundai’s California-based New Horizons Studio has been working alongside U.S. firms Autodesk and Sundberg-Ferar on the project’s development.Continue reading… “Hyundai is working on a driverless car that can also turn into a ‘walking machine’”