Enter the Wasteland: You can now get a ride in a Mad Max vehicle in Seattle courtesy of Uber

Enter the Wasteland: You can now get a ride in a Mad Max vehicle in Seattle courtesy of Uber

Uber vehicles are commonplace on Seattle streets, with the firm serving to to move hundreds of of us every day from level A to level B.

However choose Uber riders in Seattle are getting a actual expertise — because of a promotion that the firm is operating in conjunction with Warner Bros. Interactive Leisure, which is releasing a new Mad Max online game on Sept. 1.

Over the previous 4 days, Uber riders have been capable of request a ride in a banged-up, put up apocalyptic ride from the film.

“Buckle up, hunker down, and put together to reside life as a Wasteland Warrior,” notes an Uber press launch touting the promotion.

I noticed one of the autos on 1st Avenue South yesterday, simply earlier than the Sounders-Timbers match. The sighting actually obtained the soccer followers in the pub speaking, and people who rating a ride appear to be having fun with the expertise as properly.

@Uber_SEA @MadMaxGame #madmaxatpax Thanks for the superior ride! Spotlight of the morning. Wanna attempt the others!

— Anthony Cardinale (@cardinale) August 30, 2015

Dude simply yelled “Witness me!” as he hopped into his not-at-all dissonant Mad Max Uber at PAX. #brands — Evan Lahti (@ELahti) August 30, 2015

Uber is a grasp at promotions of this sort, delivering everything from ice cream to kittens.

If you wish to roll in Mad Max type, you higher hurry. The promotion concludes in the present day at 6 p.m., and is just out there for rides in downtown Seattle.

“The Wasteland is huge and fuel is valuable—the Warboys should stay close to their Stronghold,” Uber says in its launch, noting the causes for the geographic limitations.

Right here’s a take a look at some of the vehicles you can ride in:


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