The Lunar Exploration Light Rover is the CSA's biggest new rover, at 900kg (1,984.16 pounds). The long-range robotic vehicle can travel up to 15km (9.32 miles) from its home base. It can carry up to 275kg (606.27 pounds) of science payloads, and it's designed to be a roving moon lab. It's also the fastest rover, with a maximum speed of 15kph (9.32mph) on its six wheels. An optional robotic arm can be attached so it can collect samples for onboard analysis. The robotic rover can be operated remotely and is semi-autonomous. It can scan its environment and navigate around obstacles without help from humans.
(Source: Canadian Space Agency)