Most inhabitants of the car of the future appears streamlined, with solar panels and preferably with flight capabilities. What about driving a vehicle in the shape of a giant crab? The Future Robotics Technology Center division of Chiba Institute of Technology in Japan is developing various prototypes that will invert the concept of familiar transport in the future. Their next development was the second version of the Halluc IIx robot (the first was introduced back in 2007). According to the creators, the cars of the future should make the most of limited space in crowded cities. Halluc IIx is something like a crab with eight legs that can rotate and direct the robot in any direction. Due to this design feature, the prototype is able to move on an uneven surface, and the presence of wheels helps to use it as a familiar car.