WALTHAM, MA—Boston Dynamics has introduced a new, fully electric version of its Atlas humanoid robot.

Boston Dynamics introduced a hydraulic version of the Atlas in 2016. The electric version of Atlas “will be stronger, with a broader range of motion, than any of our previous generations,” the company states in a press release. “Our last generation hydraulic Atlas could already lift and maneuver a wide variety of heavy, irregular objects; we are continuing to build on those existing capabilities and are exploring several new gripper variations to meet a diverse set of expected manipulation needs in customer environments.”

Hyundai Motor Corp., the parent company of Boston Dynamics, played a role in developing the latest version of Atlas and hopes someday to deploy the robot on assembly lines.

“In the months and years ahead, we’re excited to show what the world’s most dynamic humanoid robot can really do—in the lab, in the factory, and in our lives,” says the press release.