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Autonomous Honda ATV could be the workhorse of the future


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Honda is developing an off-roader that can carry just about anything, except a driver.

Hondaâs 3E-D18 is electric powered.

The 3E-D18 has a rack system that allows different types of gear and components to be attached to it.  (Honda)

The 3E-D18 is an autonomous ATV designed to be used as a workhorse by construction crews, farmers, search and rescue teams, etc., or adventurers who just need a little help lugging their gear into the wilderness.

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It can even accommodate elaborate mechanisms like a fertilizer spreader.  (Honda)

The electric 4x4 is powered by swappable batteries and fitted with a rack system where all sorts of equipment can be mounted. Honda envisions it being used for spreading fertilizer, plowing snow, fighting forest fires and even picking crops, and its non-pneumatic “airless” tires mean it’s virtually flat-proof. Fitted with GPS and a guidance system, it can be summoned and deployed via an app on a smart device.

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