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Zombie Survival Car, the Hyundai Santa Fe ZSM

Zombie Survival Car, the Hyundai Santa Fe ZSM

Gearing up for the zombie apocalypse is a wise move, doing that with a car built specially for mowing down zombie hordes is better. Displayed at the New York Comic Con, this vehicle put on show all its zombie mowing goodness. Designed by Anson Kuo and based on the Santa Fe, the vehicle was chosen to be realized from several submissions.

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Get Your Hands on the Authentic 1966 Batmobile Replica

Get Your Hands on the Authentic 1966 Batmobile Replica

Inspired by the ’60s TV show Batman, this Batmobile is built on a custom Lincoln chassis, and gets its powers from a 430 hp engine that works with a Monster TH350 automatic transmission. Batman wasn’t cool enough to give up the atomic batteries or turbines, so makers of this car mounted a propane cylinder in the rear for the afterburner effects.

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A Craftily Dismantled Volkswagen

A Craftily Dismantled Volkswagen

Here’s an image of a dismantled Volkswagen Golf Mk2. The car was in production from 1983 to 1992, during which 6.3 million Golf Mk2s were built. Here’s a closer look at the once very popular car, neatly dismantled, with its parts available for view. As a comment on TwistedSifter mentions, the photograph is the work of Hans Hansen, and was captured in 1988.

Via BrokeVW, TwistedSifter

Ambitious Supercar Plans to Topple All Records by Going 340 mph

Ambitious Supercar Plans to Topple All Records by Going 340 mph

Meet ‘The Bolt’ a young kid from Keating Supercars who hopes to take on the mightiest in the world and beat them to a pulp. The Bolt hopes to hit a top speed of 340 mph, very near 0.5 times the speed of sound. If that sounds super ambitious, that is because the current record for fastest production car is held by the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport that hit 267.81 mph while commanding 1,184 horsepower.

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A Very Batmobile-Like Mercedes SL GTR Concept

A Very Batmobile-Like Mercedes SL GTR Concept

An independent concept by designer Mark Hostler, the very Batmobile like Mercedes SL GTR Concept as a supercar for the 21st century. Trying to live up to its aggressive look and design, the concept has been endowed with race car chassis, race suspension, carbon ceramic brakes, racing tires and a Nismo designed 5.5 liter V8 sourced from the Nissan GTR GT1. Wait… why does the Mercedes have a Nissan engine? Because concept, that’s why.

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