19 September 2012

Exhaust Pipe Attachment Helps To Cook Burgers As You Drive

Starting a barbecue can be exhausting work—that’s why a group of Iranian inventors created an exhaust pipe attachment capable of cooking burger patties for us as we drive.

Called the ‘Exhaust Burger’, this concept device uses heat from the car’s exhaust to cook patties—users simply install the device, throw in a patty and drive off.

If you are worried about the taste of carbon monoxide, there is top tunnel that draws the smoke away from you meat—allowing the heat to cook your patty without the risk of pollution.

“Your car exhaust is a barbeque now. Stop the car when you are hungry, install the device to the exhaust and [get] back to driving,” said the designers, “You’ll have a hamburger in no time. This way you don’t need fuel for cooking while commuting and a large amount of energy would be saved.”

Exhaust Burgers—yay or nay?

[via DesignBoom]