Car company Honda has put together an autonomous all-terrain auto designed for crossing the globe and treading through a variety of landscapes that would otherwise be inaccessible to the standard vehicle. The autos -- known as Road Trippers -- are built with a utilitarian design and specially formatted parts in order to overcome sandy, rocky and even water terrains.
The Road Tripper is exclusively designed to be able to cross several of the longest routes located in the world between Nairobi all the way to Brazil. The auto is inspired by the camel train, and features several connected units that have tank style wheels to move through the sandy landscapes. The vehicle also runs off of Honda fuel cells as a long-lasting power source.
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