OpenBot leverages smartphones as brains for low-cost robots. Intel OpenBot team have designed a small electric vehicle that costs about $50 and serves as a robot body. The OpenBot software stack for smartphones supports advanced robotic workloads such as person following and real-time autonomous navigation. With the success of the initial platform, Intel OpenBot team collaborated with IVY TECH to develop a low-cost Multi-Terrain Vehicle (MTV) for their next phase. The MTV is also based on inexpensive and easily printable components. The MTV is inspired by several exploration vehicle concepts developed over the past decades for lunar and Martian exploration. The MTV is designed around a set of 6 actuated wheels, organized in a Rocker-Bogie configuration. Unlike most lunar or Martian rovers, the wheels cannot rotate radially. The vehicle therefore operates in the same way as a tank, which makes manual control rather intuitive.