This week’s excellent update features one amazing automotive Movie. If you are a car enthusiast like us, you would definitely love the car sequences portrayed in movies. We all have seen countless movies depicting expensive cars, series of chase scenes as well as crashings. However, one major fact is that we seem not to find much difference in any of these chasing and crashing scenes that they get to bore us.
But there are certain movies with outstanding scenes which differ from what see most of the time, talk about a movie that it took over 18 years to shoot due to complications and delays (well, its worth it). Talk about Madness, talk about Fury, talk about Mad Max.
MAD MAX: Fury Road
Mad Max: Fury Road is a 2015 action film, the fourth installment and a reboot of the Mad Max franchise. Set in a post apocalyptic desert wasteland where gasoline and water are scarce commodities, the movie features Max Rockatansky who joins forces with Imperator Furiosa to flee from cult leader Immortan Joe and his army in an armoured tanker truck, which in turn leads to a lengthy road battle.
Cars Used in the Movie
Upon production and release in 2015, Mad Max: Fury Road became the most talked-about films. From speed scenery to the installment of crazy vehicles as well as the names given to them, one would imagine what it would be like to ride in one of them.
The War Rig
Buzzard spiked jalopies
While watching this video, take note of Rictus Erectus’ Big foot vehicle and the super strength it carries. The bully has four feet of suspension and 600 cubic inches of displacement underneath. Perfect for a demolition and a fury kill.
Nux’s Chevrolet Coupe