There’s the much-hyped Tesla Semi, and then “T-Log,” an all-electric, autonomous logging truck that the company believes could be a major player in an “enormous market for battery-powered AVs.” Since it’s fully autonomous, there’s no need for a cabin for a human driver or passenger. The vehicle uses NVIDIA’s Drive self-driving platform to achieve level 4 self-driving capabilities, but it can still be remote-controlled by a human operator located hundreds of miles away. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“Controlling the vehicle are a plethora of cameras, lidars, and radars that help provide a 360-degree view of the world. Details about the T-log’s powertrain haven’t been announced but it will be able to haul more logs than a diesel truck of the same size thanks to the immense torque provided by electric motors and the small cabin,” reports Car Scoops.