Marek Denko, a self confessed fan of the Mad Max Trilogy, has created a virtual concept of his perfect post apocalyptic Buggy. The images look very cool, but the concept as a whole is even cooler. Denko initially started this project in his spare time and found that it had consumed him half way through, taking him a total of four months to create. We’re sure Mad Max would approve of the rugged go-anywhere design and the uncanny improvisation in the materials used to construct it.

The most exciting part has to be the jet engine strapped to the back of the thing – probably packing enough power to kill any supercar we’ve featured in the acceleration stakes. There is a normal combustion engine top, fitted conventionally at the front for days when fuel is a premium. Another cool and dangerous award goes to the side-mounted fuel tanks, which are fireballs waiting to happen in the event of a side impact. That would be all well and good, until you catch sight of the exhaust system. The pipes actually run under and around the fuel tanks, heating the fuel as you drive – definitely not Euro Ncap approved!

The Buggy is pictured in various environments in the gallery below, highlighting the terrain Denko turned to for inspiration. He used 3DS Max for all modeling work and Photoshop to create or adjust textures. Rendering was taken care of with V-Ray software. We love the idea behind the buggy and wouldn’t mind a fleet of them to race on the weekends.


Source: Marek Denko Design

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  (858) posted on 04.7.2011

That is absolutely a fun ride, Jerry Grant! I haven’t experience such kind of adventure, can I try it today?

  (745) posted on 11.26.2010

Me too, I may need some f that vintage signs... What was the bidding amount den at last??

  (780) posted on 11.23.2010

I prefer a jeep wrangler than this..or else I prefer walking ..Honestly, I can’t see the cool part here.

  (1) posted on 11.23.2010

yeah.... i agree... walk

  (344) posted on 11.21.2010

Wow, that one certainly looks like a cool ride. I hope that some maverick manufacturer takes notice of this baby and get it to production.

  (142) posted on 11.19.2010

I would rather walk

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