When Land Rovers land on Mars, it will mark a major step forward in autonomous vehicles.
The company behind the vehicle, Land Rover, has already begun testing the first autonomous vehicle on Mars.
Land Rover is aiming to have a landing on the red planet by 2021.
The Land Rover Mars test program will be conducted over the next five years.
Land Rover is a US-based, privately held company that has invested in companies like Google and Uber.
The US company has partnered with the German company Lidar, which has been developing an autonomous vehicle called the Rover 2.
Landrover 2 is set to be a self-driving vehicle.
Land rovers have been in use since the 1970s and are capable of autonomous driving, but they have a limited range.
This is because the vehicles are equipped with cameras that can only detect things in front of them, like the rover itself.
The camera will only pick up objects that are moving.
LandRovers are currently only capable of moving along a flat surface, but the technology is rapidly evolving and Land Rover has partnered up with Lidars autonomous driving partner, LidAR to develop an autonomous land rover.
The autonomous land rovers, known as landers, will be able to travel through a wide range of terrain and environments.
They will be capable of reaching speeds of up to 150 kilometers per hour, and travel over water.
This would make the landers a significant upgrade over current autonomous vehicles, which only can drive in urban areas.
The Land Rover 2 is slated to be the first of its kind and will be built by the French company Daimler and will have an autonomous driving system.
This system will use lidar technology to determine the terrain and its potential obstacles.
The land rover will be piloted by a robot, which will be controlled by the land rover’s navigation system.
Landers will also have autonomous steering and parking capabilities, as well as a camera system that can see through obstacles to make sure they aren’t too close to the rover.
Lander 2 is expected to be built on the basis of the current version of the autonomous land vehicle, which is expected in 2021.
Landrover Mars is also expected to have its own airships, which are similar to the ones that NASA has used to explore Mars, but in a much larger spacecraft.
The land roves will have a total of six vehicles that will be connected via cables to a central hub that will also house the rover and the airships.
This will allow the land rove to travel around the planet at speeds of over 200 kilometers per minute.
This is the first time that autonomous vehicles have been tested on the surface of Mars.
It is also the first manned lander to take off on the Red Planet.
Land rover is expected be able land on the moon in 2022.
Land vehicle is also scheduled to be deployed in 2018.