Artemis is a prototype for a four-wheel-drive lunar rover that can be operated remotely or drive around itself. It has solar panels and a battery that can power a full day of operations; its science equipment payload is 330 pounds.
The Lunar Exploration Light Rover is designed to tool around the moon as both a science lab and an astronaut transporter. It has a top speed of 9.3 mph and can be fitted with a robot arm to scoop up samples for analysis.
Juno is a family of smaller rovers designed to haul scientific instruments around the moon. They can roll around on three types of wheels or on tracks. Recently upgraded for increased capacity, they have undergone field tests with NASA on a volcano to simulate moon missions.
Kapvik, or "wolverine" in Innu, is a micro-rover that can act like a scout -- getting lowered by larger rovers down slopes of up to 65 degrees, for instance. With its robotic mast and end effector, it can also be used to explore caves or crevices, or help astronauts dig. It can operate autonomously or by remote control.
Listed as a rover spinoff innovation by the CSA, the SL-Commander is an ATV with a 440-pound payload. It was developed by snowmobile maker Bombardier Recreational Products as an all-electric autonomous vehicle. It can drive itself with or without humans aboard.