17 The Bucket Rover

The Bucket Rover

Posted on January 10, 2010 by


Russian Bucket Rover

In England they have Land Rover, in USA there was a moon rover now, in Russia has appeared a bucket rover.

For now, just as a concept it still has good chances to become... or wait.


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17 Responses to “The Bucket Rover”

  1. anon says:

    That’s Cool! A must have.

  2. anon says:

    btw First! :)

  3. eger_666 says:

    lol. THIRD!

  4. Tauper says:

    Hilarious!

  5. Lenin-McCarthy says:

    No aerodynamics. A lot of drag at high speeds…

  6. Ones says:

    WTF kind of car is it??

  7. daniel thorkell says:

    is it a 3d drawing ? not a bad concept that is if you can wear it like a purse.

  8. D.K. says:

    Would be awesome if they actually made a working prototype. It would be definitely more interesting than most commerical cars out there!

  9. Musa says:

    I Love It! :)

  10. SSSR says:

    That car is smaller than a smart car.Maybe it will cost around $20.000 like a smart car.For that much money both cars have 2 seats and not much front protection or storage room.

  11. Laurentiu I says:

    The greatest problem is the fact that the engine is an AIR-COOLED engine, and from the look of it, it has absolutely NO COOLING whatsoever. Those kind of engines, usually are mounted in airplanes, in front, to get cooled, by the air. So , as cool as it may look (and I agree, it looks awesome :) ) , that car will drive a mile or two and than permanently damage the engine.

  12. Konstantin says:

    It is joke. We usually call so our junk cars. Presumably because old cars clatters like a metal bucket. :)

  13. Miike says:

    I have a feeling that this would flip itself over just idling because of the sheer mass of the cylinders.

  14. RusMan says:

    Thank you laugh! I wonder where you dug up this 3D model? Just being here Russia is unclear. By number of any possible tie to the flag!

  15. hfh says:

    Air cooled engine in a closed compartment?

    Interesting…

  16. Superb site, where did you come up with the info in this blog? I’m happy I found it though, ill be checking back soon to see what other articles you have.

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