KLLM Transport has become the first major car transport firm to launch its new Pulsar transport system, which includes a new driverless vehicle, in partnership with Honda.
The company has partnered with Honda on the Pulser, which will be the first of its kind to include a fully autonomous driverless system.
The Pulsers first-generation Pulsara is a five-seat, two-seater car that can go up to 70km/h and has been designed with safety in mind.
“We are excited to have been a part of the Pelsar programme, which provides the best and safest transport options to our customers and customers across Hawaii,” said KLLT chief executive and co-founder Mike Zetterholz.
“The Pulsars will be fully autonomous and feature the best safety features available in the market today.
Our customers are looking forward to this exciting partnership, and we’re confident we’ll deliver a world class vehicle.”
KLLMT says it will offer a range of transport services from public transport to ferry services to marine services.
It will also offer private and business vehicles.
The new PLSAR will be available from April.
The transport system includes a passenger-carrying vehicle, an internal combustion engine and an electric motor, as well as a driverless car.
The KLLMAO service will also be available.
Pulsar car transport system features: 1.
An internal combustion motor engine capable of going up to 80km/hr2.
Passenger-carry, a five seat, two seat Pulsareporter (Pulser) car with a range between 70km and 70km3.
A passenger-cargo capacity of up to 10,000kg4.
A four-wheel drive, electric motor.
It can go from 0 to 60km/hour5.
An autonomous driver on board.6.
A battery system for storing the energy used for the car and the vehicle’s batteries, and a fuel cell that stores energy for the PLSARA vehicle and the onboard electric motor and battery systems.7.
A range of high-speed services including ferry services, commercial services, marine services, private and private car transport and marine freight transport.8.
The ability to use GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Bluetooth-enabled phone, navigation, and voice-activated navigation.9.
Two different types of batteries: Lithium-ion (Li-ion) and Nickel-metal-hydride (NiMH)10.
A powertrain for the driverless Pulsaris and passenger-battery systems that will operate the vehicle in either electric mode or fully autonomous mode.