The Star Wars-style cars that can WALK: Hyundai unveils creepy 'Walker' vehicles including taxis that can clamber over difficult terrain and climb a five foot WALL




Elevate is a concept car with four wheels on robotic legs which are folded up in when in 'drive' mode  

Hyundai says it will be able to 'go where no vehicle has been before' thanks to its unique walking gaits

When it comes to difficult terrain, the legs unfold, allowing the vehicle to walk and even climb stairs


 

현대차, 2019 CES 다리 달린 차 공개


   현대차는 운전하기 위해 지형 위를 걸을 수 있는 다리가 달린 차인 도발적인 새로운 디자인의 차종을 선보였다.

이 회사는 라스베가스의 CES에서 뉴욕의 노란색 택시뿐만 아니라 첫 관심자들을 겨냥한 차량을 선보이며 엘리베이터 개념을 공개했다.


스타워즈 우주에서 볼 수 있는 전지형 장갑 운송(AT-AT) 보행자와 닮은 이 디자인은 전통적인 바퀴와 위험한 지형의 돌출부 다리를 결합한 것이다. 




심지어 휠체어의 승객들을 태우기 위해 계단을 오를 수도 있고, 간단히 굴러 들어올 수 있도록 한다


황기철 콘페이퍼 에디터 큐레이터

Ki Cheol Hwang, conpaper editor, curator


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By MARK PRIGG FOR DAILYMAIL.COM 

PUBLISHED: 00:06 GMT, 8 January 2019 | UPDATED: 11:54 GMT, 8 January 2019


While many cars claim to be the ultimate off roader, Hyundai had revealed a radical new take - a car with legs that can simply walk over terrain it struggles to drive over.


Hyundai has even revealed a New York taxi concept that can climb stairs to pick up passengers in a wheelchair, allowing them to simply roll in


The firm revealed its Elevate concept at CES in Las Vegas, showing off vehicles aimed at first responders as well as New York yellow taxis.




The design, which resembles the All Terrain Armored Transport (AT-AT) walkers found in the Star Wars universe, combines a traditional wheel with a leg the unfolds for dangerous terrain. 


It can even climb stairs to pick up passengers in a wheelchair, allowing them to simply roll in.


Hyundai says first responders are likely to be the first customers for the vehicle.


'When a tsunami or earthquake hits, current rescue vehicles can only deliver first responders to the edge of the debris field,' said John Suh of the firm. 


The firm revealed its Elevate concept at CES in Las Vegas, showing off vehicles aimed at first responders and even a taxi for wheelchair-bound passengers.


'They have to go the rest of the way by foot. 


'Elevate can drive to the scene and climb right over flood debris or crumbled concrete,' said John Suh, Vice President and Head of Hyundai CRADLE.




'This technology goes well beyond emergency situations. 


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