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Cook a Burger With Your Car

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We've heard of a drive-thru burger, but this is ridiculous.

A group of Iranian designers have invented a device which enables you to cook a burger via the heat produced from your car exhaust.

They proclaim: "Your car exhaust is a barbeque now. Stop the car when you are hungry, install the device to the exhaust and back to drive - you'll have a hamburger in no time."

They claim that this will save the fuel used in normal cooking, and ensure that energy from your car doesn't go to waste. The smoke and noxious gases will apparently be diverted away from the actual meat, so that you don't get a nice carbon monoxide topping to go with your quarter pounder.

The design is currently 'a bit of fun' and no prototype exists, but someone needs to put their foot down and get this cooking.

[via DesignBoom]

Images: DesignBoom

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