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CARS OF THE WALKING DEAD: The Hyundai ix35, know known as the Tucson in SA, is one of the vehicles used in the hit TV series 'The Walking Dead'. Image: YouTube

Cape Town - Think apocalypse scenario and most will probably conjure images of flesh-eating zombies.

For the characters on the hit TV show 'The Walking Dead', surviving a zombie apocalypse is a daily battle. The thought of driving along zombie-chocked roads, all eager to make a sandwhich out of you, is daunting to say the least.

For petrolheads, one question persists - which vehicle would you use to survive zom-pocalypse?

Vehicles of choice

One of the vehicles used in the show is the previous Hyundai ix35, known in US as the Tucson... and now known in SA by the same name (it's confusing, we know).

Some of the vehicles include a Winnebago driven by Dale Horvath, the Governor's Dodge Ram, used in the prison assault, and Glenn Rhee's Dodge challenger. We won't add any spoilers but you should know that characters in this show has an extremely limited life span...

Also included is the Police car used by Rick Grimes, and the Triumph Bonneville used by Daryl Dixon.

SelectCarLeasing.co.uk  and Roadloans.com  created cool infographics showcasing the vehicles of 'The Walking Dead'.


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Infogram by Select Car Leasing:

Infogram by Roadloans.com

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