Eye-catching lunar EV concept

The TARDIGRADE is a two-wheeled electric vehicle that explores the moon just like Batman used to ride in the movie The Dark Knight. Russian designer Andrew Fabishevskiy took charge of the design, and Hookie Co. said he liked the concept design, drew it with CAD and made the concept model in 9 months. The hub motors used in the front and back are made by Swedish CAKE.

The name derives from the omnivorous animals, which exist everywhere on the planet and survive even in extreme conditions. Built for the purpose of running on the moon and planets, the Tardigrade is designed to run a distance of 110 km at a maximum speed of 15 km/h with various equipment and loads. It is 134 kg in weight and has a total height of 90 cm and a length of 2.6 m. The reason why 134 kg is said to be light is because the moon weighs one-sixth that of the earth. Here, with airless tires, it can run on rough surfaces and uses reusable oil. Related information can be found here.



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