Most of the Chariot’s body panels were clear – including the roof and its dome-shaped “gun hatch”. Both a roof rack for luggage and roof mounted “solar batteries” were accessible by exterior fixed ladders on either side of the vehicle. It had dual headlights and dual auxiliary area lights beneath the front and rear bumpers. The roof also had swivel-mounted, interior controllable spotlights located near each front corner, with a small parabolic antenna mounted between them. The Chariot had six bucket seats (three rows of two seats) for passengers. The interior featured retractable metallised fabric curtains for privacy, a seismograph, a scanner with infrared capability, a radio transceiver, a public address system, and a rifle rack that held four laser rifles vertically near the inside of the left rear corner body panel (“Island in the Sky”).”
Once connected, you’ll be able to see real-time data in various charts with almost no latency by tapping “Dashboards” and selecting one of the options at the bottom. Outside of this particular area, several other reports and features can be accessed, most of which are free during the evaluation period. Unfortunately, reading engine codes does require purchasing the full version, so if this is your primary concern and you don’t want to spend extra money, use the Piston app for this capability.
Lanmodo’s Kickstarter is not yet live as of this writing, but the current preview shores a plethora of support tiers. The Super Early Bird level lets buyers get the basic setup with the All-in-One Wireless Automatic Car Tent, remote control, car charger, and wall charger for as little as $199 or €188. Prices increase up to $269 or €254 the longer people wait. Lanmodo claims the standard package would retail for $399. Additional tiers incorporate more upgrades, like the conversion pieces for the freestanding canopy.