The first ultra-heavy vehicles in China are likely to be unveiled in the next few months.
The country’s Ministry of Transportation (MOT) has already launched the first prototype in China’s Zhejiang province.
Its light vehicles will be the world’s first mass-produced ultra-high-speed rail vehicles (UBRV) that can travel up to 1,500km (620 miles) per hour (1,850km/h) on a single charge.
The first prototypes will be put on show at the Beijing International Auto Show next month.
The company is currently building up its technical capability in the field of ultra-ultra-light vehicles, which means the vehicles will likely be on display at the show.
The first prototype is a prototype that is designed to carry 2,200kg (5,600lb) of cargo on the back of a truck.
It can then take off and land vertically.
This prototype has been tested with two trucks that were tested with the first vehicles, and the vehicle has been running smoothly since its introduction.
Another prototype that will be unveiled next month has a maximum speed of 1,000km/hr (845mph), and will carry up to 2,000kg (6,100lb) in cargo, including fuel.
It has been designed with a “stereo” camera and will be able to monitor the environment, so the vehicle will be capable of detecting hazards in the environment as well as responding to the human touch.
MOT has been working closely with the China National Offshore Oil and Gas Corporation (CNOC) to develop the technology that is used in the first prototypes, said Zhang Jiajun, a director at the company’s Advanced Heavy Transport Technology Co-operation (AHTTC).
The second prototype is the world first to have a semi-autonomous driving system (SAW).
The vehicle will use an electro-optical navigation system, and it will be used for autonomous driving on a highway or in a parking lot.
As the company is still developing the system, Zhang said it will likely take up to a year to implement the SAF system.
At present, the company has a total of 1.8 million employees and a gross domestic product of $16.5 billion, Zhang added.