BradBuilds’ Tesla Roadster Safari Concept is Apocalypse-Ready

Let’s face it, if the price of crude oil wasn’t falling dramatically, we would have already descended into a Mad Max-esque dystopian nightmare. Luckily enough for us, it hasn’t but that isn’t stopping Los Angeles based digital designer BradBuilds from preparing for the imminent collapse. After all, it pays to plan ahead. “This Tesla Roadster Safari was inspired by the most recent global pandemic,” he says. “We are living in the apocalypse and definitely need to upgrade our driving situation.”

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Tesla Roadster Safari wheel

Using the “quickest car in the world” as the base for his design, BradBuilds has put together a car that anyone would be proud to drive through the wastelands of a post-apocalyptic world. With the ability to hit 60 miles per hour from 0 in just 1.9 seconds, and a top speed of 250 miles per hour, the Tesla Roadster would make the perfect vehicle to be able to get away from hordes of mad attackers. And while the max range of 620 miles should provide plenty of running time, the concept includes solar panels on the hood and on the roof to keep feeding electricity to the electric vehicle. The back features a steel rack that also two more solar panels on either side. The rack also carries a spare tire and 12 jerry cans filled with water—after all, in a post-apocalyptic world, you’re going to be more concerned with your water supplies than your fuel supplies.

Tesla Roadster Safari top view

The Roadster Safari comes equipped with chunky all-terrain tires and has a slight lift kit on it to improve off-road capabilities. The car also has a bull bar and a rear bumper guard to round out the look. On his Instagram account, BradBuilds notes, “This is an extension of that apocalypse ready Lamborghini Urus I posted the other day. I have a weird thing for lifting cars that aren’t supposed to be lifted.”

Tesla Roadster Safari back view

This is one thing that we can thank COVID-19 for—it’s keeping creative people inside imagining all sorts of cool things. “Since I just boarded up the front door and am now stuck with my computer for the next few days, what other lifted nightmares should I bring to life?” asks BradBuild. Whatever he comes up with next, you know it will be ready for anything, and that it will be pretty cool.

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Tesla Roadster Safari vehicle

Tesla Roadster Safari side view

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