Bungie Motor Works

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Bungie Motor Works' logo.

Bungie Motor Works is an engineering firm in the 26th century. It was involved with the manufacturing of the Hog, the civilian variant of the M12 "Warthog" Force Application Vehicle.[1]

Production notes[edit]

  • The company is named after Bungie, the creators of the Halo series, and is featured as an Easter egg in Halo 2. The logo is exactly the same as that of the real life company, just with added text underneath. The logo can be found on the level Metropolis in the large open area in front of the Mtangulizi Kampuni building where the Marines of A Company have their command post. To the right of the large Tterrab Industries sign, the street is cut off by a blast door. Over the street there is a traffic sign displaying the status of the city's various sections. Behind this traffic sign, there is a billboard advertising the Hog; the Bungie Motor Works logo can be seen on the lower left-hand corner of this advertisement. Although the same billboard texture appears on the multiplayer map Headlong, the Bungie Motor Works logo is obscured by the frame. The Easter egg does not appear in the Anniversary version of the game.
  • Bungie Motor Works shares its initialism with Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMW), one of the most prominent real-world automobile manufacturers.


List of appearances[edit]


  1. ^ Halo 2, campaign level Metropolis