The next step in the journey of building your own land rover is to learn how to build one, according to the co-founders of a startup that plans to build the vehicle.
The company, LandRover, is an offshoot of the successful Roomba-maker and co-founder Adam Coates, who founded the land rovers, Land Rover and Rover 2.
Their new company is named after the famous British explorer and explorer-turned-motorcyclist who lived and worked on the Great British and Irish Land Rovers.
Coates and Land Rover were both born in the United Kingdom, but Coates was born in Australia.
The two founders have been working for more than two years to perfect the vehicle, which they hope will become the next big step in exploring and building an autonomous vehicle.
The vehicle will be powered by a battery pack that will be stored in a vacuum chamber that will deliver power to the engine as it drives.
The battery will be replaced every six months with an upgrade to a higher-capacity one, allowing for up to six people on board at any given time, according the company.
It will be capable of reaching speeds of up to 65 mph and can go from zero to 100 mph in just 2.7 seconds.
Land Rover will also be able to navigate rough terrain by using a GPS-equipped camera mounted on the front of the vehicle’s chassis.
This system will enable the vehicle to detect obstacles, such as trees and other obstacles that might be hidden under rocks, the company says.
The Land Rover vehicle will cost about $3 million to build, and it will be fully autonomous, with a full battery backup and onboard diagnostics and software to help engineers figure out how the vehicle works, Land Roover says.
It is expected to launch in 2018, but Land Rover has not revealed the price.
The $3-million price tag does not include the cost of the battery pack, which will cost $3,000.
There will also have to be a separate, high-power battery pack to power the vehicle while it is parked on a roadway, which could be a significant cost.
Land Roovers battery pack is designed to last 100,000 miles on a single charge, which would make it more than enough to be used for more autonomous vehicles.
The land rover, Landroids mission, has already been approved for $3.5 million by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which said it was a “comprehensive safety test” that will allow the vehicle “to be a critical component of our road network.”
The company hopes to launch its product in 2018 and the vehicle will debut later this year, according with the company website.
It plans to have a price tag of $6 million for the vehicle and $6.5-million for the battery.