Now Hyundai has jumped into the fray with the specially prepared Hyundai Elantra Coupe Zombie Survival Machine; a vehicle designed not only to flee the somnambulant hordes, but to turn and face them, slicing and dicing with all the subtlety of a flying chainsaw. There are no current plans to include the HECZSM (catchy acronym, don’t you think?) in the television show. The Zombie Survival Machine was built to commemorate the 100th issue of The Walking Dead comic. The show fluctuates between awesome and painful, but stays on moderately-more-entertaining-than-anything-else mode for most of the time.
Whether it be Stormchasers or Twister, the real question is - can it handle having a cow thrown at it with great force? If only there was some kind of Bi-ocular device that one could use to see a tornado from a safe disance instead of needing a APC to take a close peek. And hell we got to pretend we're doing something right?Roam the Mid-west for thousands of miles, what better way? It would work, but I would add a bigger front bumper similar to an old steam locomotives cow bumper.
The show was not canceled it's just the fact that although tornadoes can happen at any time they mostly happen in the spring and that is when they chase 'um and now that tornado chasing season is over this year the show is showing again. We spend a lot of time talking about bug out bags, survival gear, long term food storage and weapons here at Survival Cache but we haven’t spent a lot of time debating the Ultimate Survival Vehicle (Bug Out Vehicle). Con’s – If you are the Octomom with 8 or more people in your family this might not be the best choice, take a look at a school bus. There are a lot of people out there who own ATVs and they make a pretty good argument for the Ultimate Survival Vehicle. This can be your first option and it most certainly will be your last resort regardless of any other fancy options you may use along the way.
Pro’s – Diversity (Can be your everyday vehicle and your Bug Out Vehicle), Good carry capacity, Good range, Decent off-road capability depending on model and set up, Can double as a place to sleep for a small family. Campa EVS (Expeditionary Vehicle System) this state-of-the art vehicle was designed for outdoor enthusiasts, disaster management personnel and military officials who desire a completely self-contained vehicle system.
If money is no object to you, then a UNICAT Expeditionary Vehicle is what you need to buy. Pro’s – Too many to list, you will have to go to the website and read them for yourself. Con’s – Expensive (a used one is about $600k), At 8 MPG you will be sucking down the fuel but on the other hand you have 2 x 120 Gallon tanks so let them drink until you and your family reach safety. Before you laugh think about this, ? of the earth is covered by water and this is the only Ultimate Survival Vehicle on this list that can traverse most of the earth under the power of the wind, make its own fresh water and has access to an unlimited supply of fresh food.
Pro’s – Make your own fresh water with battery powered desalination, Solar and wind powered energy sources available, Total isolation from people, Full kitchen, As long as the wind is blowing you are moving, good source of fresh food (need to like fish), large comfortable living space, endless range.
Pro’s – This thing is built from the ground up to go anywhere, 46 gallon fuel tank provides a good range (600+ miles), 32 Gallons of Fresh Water, Well thought out living space with the pop up tent camper, Full kitchen, So many off road upgrades that it will make your redneck friends drool. Con’s – Looks like a cargo van, A little to tall and wide for some off road trails, Needs fuel.
If you live in a high threat big city environment and you have some extra cash and a spare parking spot, you might want to look at the Knight XV from Conquest Vehicles.
Argo Amphibious Vehicles are legendary in the Northern Territories of Canada and Alaska where water obstacles are a common problem.
The great thing about this option is that they are very affordable as far as vehicles go (you can have an older 2WD or a newer 4×4 depending on your budget), many of us already have one as a primary or secondary vehicle, you can carry a great deal of gear in the back and with a modified compartment kit you can even store equipment in compartments and have a bed set up above your storage area. If you have a question, comment, there’s a problem with the site, or you just want to say Hi, Send Us an Email.
Subscribe to the FREE Survival Cache Newsletter and we'll send you a monthly email with new gear reviews, site news, survival tips, and more. I’m a fan of Hyundai vehicles and ‘The Walking Dead’ series so this project is totally bad ass to me.


I was going to say, “a few things that standout” but let’s be honest here, the entire thing stands out.  My favorite features on the Elantra Coupe include the custom front-end zombie plow with spikes as well as the over the top wheels with spikes. For those of you who are attending the Comic-Con festival, you can have a closer look at the Zombie Survival Machine at the Future US booth. End of the World Scenario #1: Zombie ApocalypseComing up on December 21st, 2012, the Mayan calendar will have finished its great 5,125-year-long cycle. The Zombie ApocalypseWhen the freaking CDC makes a zombie preparedness page on their site, you know the threat is real, even if it was originally supposed to cover the zombie uprising of May 21st, 2011.Hollywood is even releasing the movie adaptation of the World War Z novel by Max Brooks, which details the coming zombie invasion on Earth. Millions of people all over the world have gone through the scenario at one point or another—what would they would do if zombies overtook the world?
Step 1: Getting Your SuppliesThe first thing you'll want to do is rummage through your house for tools and supplies. Step 2: Don't Go to WalmartI don't know how many times I can say this, but—DON'T GO TO WALMART.Do you understand that if you go to Walmart to loot, you'll run into every other idiot who thought looting Walmart was a good idea?
Step 3: Defending Your HomeOnce you've gathered all the supplies and weapons needed to protect yourself and your loved ones, head back home. Step 4: Surviving an Attack on Your HomeOnce your house is secured, you'll want to prepare for the zombies that will begin to pile up.
Image via wikimedia.org This may also mean that you'll be freezing, so make sure to find a nice home or cabin to live in.
Romero effectively utilized a pedestrian Pontiac Le Mans as simple tension-creating device in his seminal 1968 zombie flick, Night of the Living Dead, automobiles have been intrinsically linked to the modern zombie genre. Unveiled at Comic-Con, the vehicle was designed by The Walking Dead creator and writer Robert Kirkman and Design Craft Fabrication, the California-based firm better known for its race-car-building skills. And that’s a shame, because nothing says quality family viewing like an economy car outfitted with a corpse-catching spiked front plow, James Bond–inspired spinning wheel spikes extending from the axles, and a retractable fence around the sunroof that helps keeps zombies at bay. A limited amount of owner’s manuals detailing the vehicle’s unique features and providing tips for surviving the gruesome realities of the zombie apocalypse have been printed. The friggin thing has an IMAX camers wedged inside it and they wanna drive into the heart of a twister and film inside it. Speaking of tornadoes, we have one about to run straight up our asses in Cook county, compliments of our friends up in Wisconsin!
You get the correct strain of the so called West Nile Virus and see what you look like in a couple of weeks. The highly customized Hyundai Elantra Coupe is the brain child of Robert Kirkman, creator of “The Walking Dead” comic series. All the windows including windshields feature armored coverings alongside with the headlights and taillights. Required fields are marked *Comment Comment Rules: Keep it civil, and please do not use your site URL in either your name or the comment text.
In this ongoing five-part series, we examine what would happen if zombies, nuclear weapons, cyber wars, earthquakes, or aliens actually destroyed our planet—and how you might survive. This has fueled worldwide speculation as to what will happen on that fateful day, the most popular outcome obviously being death to us all. They concluded that there's nothing out of the ordinary, except for the normal December solstice.
And no matter who you talk to, the answer will always be the same—they will survive.In all actuality, some will survive, but for the most part, they'll end up like the dudes below. In a mere minutes, I was able to find a machete, ax, baseball bat, chainsaw, and several types of hammers. Instead of finding the tools you'll need, you'll find yourself fighting off people that are desperate for supplies. All you need to do is turn on your TV, get a nice glass of whiskey and press "close" on your home remote control. We recently saw Hurricane Sandy leave millions without electricity, running water and transportation.


Smaller cars struggle through tough and steep terrain, and their smaller tires are also more immune to popping than bigger ones. The zombie apocalypse will probably wipe out the majority of people you know and love, so it's up to you to survive and keep the human population from becoming extinct. From the first-gen Volkswagen Scirocco that gave new meaning to the phrase “riding shotgun” in NOTLD’s late-1970s sequel, Dawn of the Dead, to the Cadillac Escalade and Hummer H2 featured in 2009’s Zombieland, one thing is perfectly clear: If you’re planning on getting away from the undead, you’ll need some sweet wheels. Not funny at all and someone has got to clean up the mess, keep things all neat and tiddy, so everyone else feels good about doing the daily thing. We guess that the whole brains thing comes from the fact that the grey ones don't have the energy to go low and all they do is bite, which puts their target head high. Only the best heavy duty components are used to give the absolute best off-road performance while maintaining excellent on-road performance.
Kirkman collaborated with Design Craft, a southern California based company helping the project go from an idea to reality. I usually picture me driving around in a big pickup truck, SUV, or an armed Hummer but I would be totally okay with cruising around in the Elantra Coupe Zombie Survival Machine.
The roof hatch is a nice touch allowing passengers to fight off invading zombies but I would personally have a roof mounted machinegun to best utilize that space. So, you know, just make sure you schedule your zombie apocalypse for the summertime and keep to well-groomed major streets only.
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If your only option is a small car, try and find tools and accessories to add to the car to make up for its size.
Zombies can attack more easily in cities, where there isn't much room to run.Cities are crowded, noisy, and compact. So why think it can explain doomsday?Worldwide, people have begun to build bunkers, filling them with cans of Spam and Mountain Dew. If you can't find anything, or are simply not there, you can search through any neighboring houses that are unoccupied (or occupied with the living dead). With the weapons you have, prepare to fight the zombies in your home and bash their skulls in. This may not be the easiest thing to do, but if you have material laying around, build a fence.
During the winter and fall, the cold slows down the zombies a considerable amount, if not completely freeze them immobile.
A chain-link fence might bode well against a few zombies, but they'll eventually knock it down with numbers. I mean, hell, people in the movies end up surviving somehow and movies are just like real life, so you'll be fine. Use a manual-powered generator (which you should've have looted from Big 5) whenever needed.
Big 5 not only carries all of the camping necessities you'll need, but also any weapon you'll want: baseball bats, crossbows, handguns, rifles, and shotguns. Have a few backpacks ready with essentials and a way to escape your home if it's overrun by zombies.



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