Japan is making a Moon Rover that will be Manufactured by Toyota
The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has teamed up with Toyota to build a pressurized self-driving rover that will land on the lunar surface in 2029. The six-wheeled transporter will be able to carry two humans a distance of 10,000 kilometers using solar power and Toyota's fuel cell technology.
The rover is roughly the size of a motorhome and It will land on the moon before the human expedition arrives, using AI tech to travel independently to meet them. Check out the video below for more info.