At least that is the story according to the Daily Mail, which is not a generally reliable source. See PTScientists plans to reach the lunar surface by 2018 | Daily Mail Online Quote: "In the race to be the first group to land a private lander on the moon, a team of European scientists has announced its plans to reach the lunar surface by 2018. The group, called PTScientists, has built a landing module and two rovers, which it plans to launch on board Elon Musk's SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. The rover will search the lunar surface in the hopes of finding Nasa's buggy, which was left on the moon by Gene Cernan in 1971." The article states that the group, PTScientists, has support from Vodaphone and Audi. The rovers were "developed by Audi". A skeptic might conclude that Audi is more serious about building BEVs for lunar use than terrestrial use, based on how many press releases Audi has put out in the past several years about their amazing BEV concept cars and "future" production BEVs, none of which have materialized yet (no, the E-Tron doesn't count, it's a hybrid).