Lockheed Martin joins with GM to put a Chevy Bolt on the Moon

Lockheed Martin joins with GM to put a Chevy Bolt on the Moon

Bethesda, MD — Today, Lockeed Martin announced a partnership with GM to put a Chevy Bolt on the moon. This Bolt will be specially equipped with weights that will weigh it down so it can drive like a normal volt on the moon. They also announced that it will have a life support system inside, so when the astronauts want to get in, they can just hook up their suits to a hose inside of the car. This is reportedly a rover for the Artemis landings, letting the astronauts go 50 miles on the moon before needing a re-charge. This design was outbid by tesla, who were offering their Cybertruck.

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