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    Hyundai Elevate car can walk "in mammalian and reptilian style"

    Firm thinks it could be useful for exploration or as a disaster relief vehicle.
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    Re: Hyundai Elevate car can walk "in mammalian and reptilian style"

    Saw that at the bottom of an article earlier, in with all the clickbait about makeup and celebs and "you won't believe these 10 easy ways to make $1m US" type adverts....

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    Re: Hyundai Elevate car can walk "in mammalian and reptilian style"

    one way to do a bit of clickbait marketing.

    build the Elevate at the Tijuana plant and emphasise the bit about being able to climb over walls and drive/walk over rocky desert terrain.



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    imagine a car stranded in a snow ditch just 10 feet off the highway being able to walk or climb over the treacherous terrain, back to the road potentially saving its injured passengers
    they're not thinking of adding in any passenger safety, crash avoidance tech then?

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    Re: Hyundai Elevate car can walk "in mammalian and reptilian style"

    Quote Originally Posted by stevie lee View Post
    they're not thinking of adding in any passenger safety, crash avoidance tech then?
    Doesn't it just jump in the air?

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    Re: Hyundai Elevate car can walk "in mammalian and reptilian style"

    AT-ST anyone ?

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    Re: Hyundai Elevate car can walk "in mammalian and reptilian style"

    Quote Originally Posted by OilSheikh View Post
    AT-ST anyone ?
    Only if Colin Furze can use it to make his AT-AT walk...!

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    Re: Hyundai Elevate car can walk "in mammalian and reptilian style"

    Quote Originally Posted by stevie lee View Post
    they're not thinking of adding in any passenger safety, crash avoidance tech then?
    Quote Originally Posted by Wrinkly View Post
    Doesn't it just jump in the air?
    you mean like this?

    old news - we were talking about jumping cars months ago - https://forums.hexus.net/automotive/...ml#post3977012

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    Re: Hyundai Elevate car can walk "in mammalian and reptilian style"

    Perhaps Hyundai are angling for a Mars rover contract...

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