Rosalind Franklin: The spacecraft is part of the ExoMars mission from ESA and Roscosmos planned to launch in 2022. The Rosalind Franklin is a six-wheel rover, and what makes it special is how its height can be adjusted by altering the height of the wheels themselves. Navigation stereo cameras responsible for creating digital maps will help the rover come up with navigation routes on the surface, alongside close-up cameras helping the rover to avoid collisions while en-route.
The rover will also be equipped to drill into the Martian subsurface and collect samples and preserve them in tubes. In addition to its own sample collecting, the Rosalind Franklin will be picking up the Martian soil samples gathered by the Perseverance rover for them to be fetched by a later mission and brought back to Earth.