Lexus introduced the design for the moon roverJanuary 22, 2020
Japanese designers presented their version of the moon rover. Images of the vehicle were published in the journal Journal, an independent magazine on culture, art and fashion.
Cosmos has always been a place that humanity has been very keen to explore. Conquering the stars was one of the main tasks of the best scientists of the world and space organizations, and engineers have already come up with some amazing methods and ways to “bring us closer to space.” Of course, we all know that space shuttles and rockets with launch vehicles, with their tremendous traction, are the only way for us humans to be able to overcome the gravity of our atmosphere and escape into space. Naturally, the appearance for such vehicles goes to the very last plan.
In the upcoming issue of the Document Journal (a magazine about culture, fashion and art), designers and architects from around the world tried to give readers an opportunity to look at their ideas about what will happen to our life when we finally live on the moon.
Naturally, vehicles are a huge part of our lives, and when asked about how we will move around the moon, Lexus answered with his project of a lunar rover. These guys created several different vehicles, from hoverbikes, gyrospheres and even a huge ship with living quarters, viewing platforms and even a swimming pool. Of course, every lunar vehicle that the prestigious Japanese brand has worked on has interesting Lexus design elements such as the letter L.
Although it’s obvious that it will be very far from what our real moon rovers will be when we finally start living on the Moon, there is no doubt that Lexus presented some damn good sketches. As a fan of their high-performance F-Performance models, I am very interested in the question, can the Lunar Racer have a powerful 5.0-liter V8?
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