Zombies may as well go pick on someone in a convertible – they sure aren’t going to get into this Hyundai.
Much to the dismay of zombies around the world, the Elantra GT Zombie Survival Machine was unveiled recently at San Diego’s Comic-Con.
The customized coupe, designed by The Walking Dead creator/writer Robert Kirkman and fabricated by Design Craft, was revealed on the Comic-Con floor at the Future U.S. booth.
Hyundai’s Zombie Survival Machine showcases modifications including a front-end custom zombie plow with spikes, armored window coverings, a roof hatch to allow passengers to go on the offensive, a trunk full of electric and pneumatic weaponry, front and back end floodlights, spiked all-terrain/rally type tires, a CB radio system and more.
“Working with Hyundai on this Zombie Survival Machine was a total blast and I am excited to share this stunning vehicle with all the fans,” said Kirkman.
Fans can view a series of behind-the-scenes videos that detail the creation of the Zombie Survival Machine and showcase the car build from start to finish at www.hyundaiundead.com.
The Hyundai Undead program celebrates the release of the 100th issue of The Walking Dead comic. In addition to the Zombie Survival Machine, Kirkman and Hyundai also created a Hyundai Elantra GT wrapped in the cover of 100th issue by artist Charlie Adlard.
No word yet on when the Elantra GT Zombie Survival Machine might be available at Jim Pattison Hyundai Nanaimo.