Ford is looking to build a giant robotic robot to run its headquarters in Mexico and is testing a new design that looks like a cross between a hoverboard and a hoverplane.
According to a report by Business Insider, the new design features a six-legged robot that can run for four hours.
It’s designed to help Ford keep track of all the cars in its company.
According the report, the robot will also be able to navigate its way around the factory and work from home.
It’s unclear how the robot would perform in a collision with another robot or a car.
But the report says the company hopes to bring the robot to market in 2021.
We reached out to Ford for comment, but did not hear back by the time of publication.