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The Art Cars and Mutant Vehicles of Burning Man 2018

Motor Trend Logo Motor Trend | Slide 1 of 51: Every year, 80,000 people turn the Black Rock dry lake bed in Northern Nevada into one of the most crowded cities in the world. Encompassing 7 square miles—about one-third the size of Manhattan—the pop-up megalopolis is full of RVs, tents, camps, and some of the wildest art you'll find anywhere on earth. Burning Man is also home to literally hundreds of weird and wonderful art cars and mutant vehicles.They range in size from tiny two-seater contraptions based on golf carts to giant ships that can carry hundreds of partygoers. To qualify as a mutant vehicle, the original "chassis" must be invisible. Each vehicle also has to go through the DMV (Department of Mutant Vehicles) for a safety check, and if they are driven on the playa at night they must be well lit and dramatic!Let your imagination run wild as you feast your eyes on just 50 of the vehicles seen at Burning Man 2018.

Every year, 80,000 people turn the Black Rock dry lake bed in Northern Nevada into one of the most crowded cities in the world. Encompassing 7 square miles—about one-third the size of Manhattan—the pop-up megalopolis is full of RVs, tents, camps, and some of the wildest art you'll find anywhere on earth. Burning Man is also home to literally hundreds of weird and wonderful art cars and mutant vehicles.

They range in size from tiny two-seater contraptions based on golf carts to giant ships that can carry hundreds of partygoers. To qualify as a mutant vehicle, the original "chassis" must be invisible. Each vehicle also has to go through the DMV (Department of Mutant Vehicles) for a safety check, and if they are driven on the playa at night they must be well lit and dramatic!

Let your imagination run wild as you feast your eyes on just 50 of the vehicles seen at Burning Man 2018.

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