‘Frickin’ cool!’: Old couch turned into an electric car

by | May 18, 2022 - 5:44PM | EV, Tech

The couch was turned into an electric car.

It’s the ultimate DIY – turning an old couch into an electric car.

And that’s exactly what Marko Terzo did, with hopes he’d “be able to drive [the] couch around the streets just like a car”.

Step one: he attached four wheels to the bottom of the couch.

But more needed to be done.

Marko Terzo is pictured on his drivable couch.
The two electric skateboards on the bottom of the drivable couch.
Marko Terzo drives the couch into a parking spot at Walmart.
A rear angle of the drivable couch with Marko Terzo on it.
The content creator going through the drive thru with the drivable couch.
The handlebars for a scooter are used to steer.
The crew attach some wheels on the bottom of the couch.
The DIY job is quick and works a treat.
The skateboards are strapped to the bottom.
Marko parks the couch in a Walmart carpark.
The couch cruises around the streets.
The drivable couch makes it through a drive-thru at.
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The handlebars for a scooter are used to steer.
The crew attach some wheels on the bottom of the couch.
The DIY job is quick and works a treat.
The skateboards are strapped to the bottom.
Marko parks the couch in a Walmart carpark.
The couch cruises around the streets.
The drivable couch makes it through a drive-thru at.
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The next step was hooking up his Boosted Board (an electric skateboard) to the bottom so it would move by itself.

But even with the new addition, it was too slow and had no way to steer.

So the third step was to add steering by drilling a hole in the front of the couch for his scooter handle.

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Once he had that installed, the handle and the wheel were hooked up to steer the couch.

And to Marko’s surprise, it works!

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“This is real happiness,” he says as he cruises around his driveway.

But the couch car needed more speed, so Marko strapped on a second Boosted Board to the bottom.

And it’s “way faster”.

To hide the steering handle, he covers them with a cushion, really leaning into the couch potato vibes.

And to make it look like the couch is pretty much floating, he staples a fringe around the bottom.

In his last test drive, Marko is totally loving the results.

“After seeing how good the car works, it’s time to take it to the real world,” he declares.

With his creation finished, Marko decides to take his so-called “car” into the streets.

In a tongue-in-cheek moment, he rolls into the car park at Walmart and asks a fellow shopper if the space next to them is “open” before parking in it.

He then pranks a Walmart worker by tricking them into thinking the couch was moving on its own.

“This is scary!” the employee says.

People in the store are also impressed with his invention, saying: “That’s pretty frickin’ cool man.”

Another shopper asks him: “How the hell did you get that?”

Marko responds: “They have em in the back!”

And it appears the shopper believes him going: “You’re kidding!”

Other antics Marko gets up to in the couch car are going through the drive-through to order some food.

And they try to prank a car dealership too.

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