This is the biggest human vehicle on Mars. The first of the Arthropleura mobile command centres was produced for the 2336 Mars expedition, when humans first found the Insectoids. The Arthropleura mobile command centre was named after the 10-foot Arthropleura of the Carboniferous period (which is related to modern centipedes and such and lived about 300 million years ago) due to the layout of the solar panels. The Arthropleura mobile command centre moves on 12 wheels but due to that it doesn't have 4-wheel drive and 4-wheel turning, like the 4-wheeled human vehicles.
Crew: 10 Passenger Capacity: 50 Weaponry: 1 swivelling rail gun turret Power: 16 solar panels, 10 type IV vehicle batteries Max. Speed: 150 km/h Developed: 2336