The Cars of Mad Max: Fury Road, Ranked From Wild to Wildest
15. The Interceptor
It's not so outlandish as other vehicles in Mad Max: Fury Road, but this beat-up Ford Falcon with a classical rust patina is one of the most iconic cars in the Mad Max series, appearing in all four of the films.
14. The Nux Car
Nicholas Hoult stars as the psychopath Nux in Mad Max: Fury Road, but his ancient, turbo-charged Chevrolet may steal the show. The prominent front grill looks convenient for catching roadkill.
13. The Big Foot
It's only natural that the WWA World Heavyweight Champ Nathan Jones would drive this massive, reconfigured Dodge pickup for his role as Rictus Erectus. When you need to cross the desert after catastrophic worldwide calamities, this beast is your top choice.
12. The Dodge
The Dodge is a junkyard attack dog: a modified hot rod that spews flames across the citadel.
11. The Mack
The Mack is an R-series wrecker with mounted harpoons. It's tasked with bringing up the rear of the Australian armada, scooping up the spoils of war left behind.
10. Buggy #9
Buggy #9 looks like a Corvette that's been to hell and back. It's got a custom gunner seat mounted to the rear for fending off all the maniacal death gangs of the desert.
9. The War Rig
The War Rig strikes a formidable pose. A semi-truck with precious cargo needs an Apocalypse-Now-esque number of skull trophies to scare off plundering bandits.
8. Prince Valiant
This muscle car comes equipped with an outlaw arsenal of molotov grenades and a rear-mounted flamethrower. Those fierce licks of fire across the hood aren't just for decoration.
7. The Cranky Frank
The Cranky Frank is a chopped-top rat rod with a mean tower of carburetors. This vehicle also serves as the trailblazer in the main villain's military entourage, a predatory gang known as the War Boys.
With nitrous injection and twin GMC V6 engines to power it, Elvis boasts the top acceleration of the war rig convoy. Not bad for the ghost of a three-window coupe.
5. The Ploughboy
The Holden EH Station Wagon was a popular Australian car in the 1960s, but after the apocalypse, it was necessary to outfit it with a hydraulic plough and an off-road frame.
Punch buggy brown! The first thing that jumps out about this rugged Volkswagen monstrosity is those fuel barrels attached to the side, perfectly engineered to spew flames into the face of any bloodthirsty fugitive daft enough to come near.
3. The Peacemaker
The Peacemaker belongs to the Bullet Farmer, and it's another piece of classic Mad Max iconography. This vicious vehicle looks like a roadster mashed up with some makeshift tank tracks.
2. The Gigahorse
The Gigahorse is like the conjoined twins of Cadillac Coupe DeVilles. They're both carried aloft on the chassis of a giant monster truck with two massive V-8 engines spilling forth from its intestines. It's truly the stuff of nightmares.
1. The Plymouth Rock
If Beetlejuice drove a Plymouth sedan through a field of sand worms, we imagine it might look close to this. This nasty piece of work scavenges the desert hunting for the decaying flesh of dead animals, and it's officially the wildest we've seen so far from Fury Road.