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Immortus: Solar-Powered “Toughest Car on Earth” for After the Apocalypse

by Joseph


Sure, you’re happy with your car now, but what about after the inevitable collapse of civilization? For one thing, you’re gonna have a hard time finding gas for it once that happens (you already know that if you saw Mad Max), and that’s really only one of your problems. With Immortus, you’ll be cruising the post-apocalyptic landscape looking for food and escaping packs of cannibal mutants with only the power of the sun keeping the engine revving.

I’m going to be honest, I don’t really know what the deal is with the Immortus, a vehicle that’s really advertised as being optimized for after the apocalypse (no, I did not make up that conceit). But its website says it can hit a top speed of 90 miles per hour and can traverse more than 340 miles of harsh landscape on a charge, and a lot more than that on low speeds.

Is it legit? Is it a hoax? Is it the work of some paranoid billionaire? Time may tell, but for now you can get more information on Immortus at the car’s official site here, where you can also sign up to receive updates on when pre-orders will be accepted. Hopefully the world won’t end before then.


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