Iconic Vehicles of the ‘Mad Max’ Post-Apocalyptic World
In the ‘Mad Max’ film series, the vehicles are often heavily modified and customized with various weapons, such as machine guns, flamethrowers, and armor plating. They helped the characters survive in the harsh and dangerous post-apocalyptic world of the ‘Mad Max’ films.
Some of the most iconic vehicles from the series include:
Interceptor aka Pursuit Special
A heavily modified 1973 Ford Falcon XB GT Coupe that is driven by the main character, Max Rockatansky through the last half of Mad Max and into the first half of Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior.
The Tatra T815 is a custom vehicle driven by Imperator Furiosa in Mad Max: Fury Road.
The Doof Wagon was based on a MAZ 543 “Uragan” (“Hurricane”), a Soviet/Belarusian 8×8 artillery truck. This speaker-stacked, guitar-thrashed monstrosity was meant to rally the troops in the way drummers marched with soldiers in ancient battles. This was probably the most iconic vehicle of Mad Max: Fury Road
This is a heavily modified Ford Falcon XB GT Coupe, originally owned by Max, then modified and driven by Slit in Mad Max: Fury Road.
The Peace Maker
The Bullet Farmer’s tracked vehicle in Mad Max: Fury Road was an EV1 Ripsaw Chassis with a Charger body.
This off-road six-wheeler appears in Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior driven by Lord Humungus or Wez. This is a totally customized body belied to have been based on a Ford F-Series chassis.
Immotan Joe Gigahorse
This is the custom vehicle driven by Immortan Joe. It is the flagship of the Immortan’s armada, and a monument to his vast wealth and power
The car is built on a custom chassis, two 1959 Cadillac Coupe de Villes forming it’s body. The engine is two Chevrolet 502Cid (502Hp) Big Block V8 crate motors with fabricated manifolds and functioning 8/71 superchargers.