Posted February 12, 2020 07:25:03 A self propelled wheel car that drives itself, can get into the car bay and can take passengers to the nearest exit.
The self propelled vehicle is based on a new invention that allows it to be towed around on its own power, said the company.
It’s named the Self-Sustaining Cargo Wheelbarrow, or SSCW, and it was developed by a team at MIT and the University of California, Berkeley.
It uses the same technology that powers a wheelbarrows to move itself and its passengers around in a vehicle that has no wheels.
It is the world’s first fully self-sustaining self-propelled wheelbarrower, said Jay Fauci, director of the MIT Transportation Research Laboratory.
The car that powers the SSCWC has to stop and refuel every two minutes, which takes up about 50 kilowatts of electricity.
That energy is stored in the wheelbarrowing’s batteries, which can be charged by the wheel barrower.
It takes about 20 minutes for a SSCWB to get to a destination.
MIT’s team built a prototype of the SFCW and used it to test out the vehicle’s propulsion.
At the start of the test, the SWCW could not even get to the side of a curb.
The prototype has a battery pack that will provide it with electricity for 20 minutes.
But the team’s goal is to develop the technology that will allow it to carry a load that is far heavier than the SMCW’s batteries.
This self-driven car can get to any destination and be driven to its destination, with no need to refuel, Jay Faulci, MIT Transportation Laboratory, wrote in a blog post.
The vehicle can also be propelled by hand or by a crane, and can be pulled by humans, he said.
The SSCWT can go as fast as 50 mph, which is far faster than the speed of light.
The wheelbarrown has a maximum speed of 15 miles per hour.
In the video above, a SFCWB can be seen driving around on wheels.
Here’s what it looks like on the road: