The Russian weapons manufacturer Kalashnikov unveiled a prototype for a guided bipedal complex, at Moscow's Patriot Park on Monday. According to the Kalashnikov manufacturer, the anthropomorphic complex is set to take on engineering and combat tasks. An electric motorcycle SM-1, created for the Ministry of Defence, was also exhibited. The motorcycle is expected to be able to reach a speed of... Еще 90 kilometres per hour, with a power reserve of up to 150 kilometres. It is equipped with a brushless DC motor with water cooling. The weapons manufacturer also unveiled an electromotor cycle UM-1, which is expected to be able to reach speed of 100 kilometres per hour, with a power reserve of up to 150 kilometers. The manufacturer also presented an electric car UV-4, which can develop the maximum speed of 80 kilometres per hour. The Army 2018 international military and technical forum takes place between August 21 and August 26.