Built as a racing mech, Prosthesis is simply crazy to take in, and it's even crazier to watch the owner hop in.
You might be wondering why this is on Roadshow. Because it's awesome, duh.
Just look at it. It's a giant mech built for racing. Racing!
It's the first product to come from Furrion's robotics division.
The Indiana-based company is best known for its high-end RV finishes.
Quite the leap, right?
Well, it can't leap, but it can run at speeds up to 21 mph.
Just kidding, it can totally jump -- up to 10 feet, to boot!
It can run for about two hours on a single charge.
Movement comes from amplifying the pilot's motions. No joysticks here.
Keep on scrollin' to watch the owner and builder of Prosthesis hop into the driver's seat.
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