The 10 Best Vehicles To Survive The Zombie Apocalypse

We’d advise you to start saving for one of these rides now, but let’s be honest, by the time you could afford most on the list it would be too late (what with the zombie apocalypse here and all). If you find yourself searching for the ideal vehicle to keep your ass alive, however, these would be your 10 best options:

Sportsmobile 4WD Vehicle

While traversing a grim and rocky landscape, you’re going to need some essentials. The Sportsmobile 4WD Vehicle allows you to load up on Coke and Slim Jims for your delicious survival while you find paths to get to whatever city is left. It’s the most badass van that doesn’t have B.A. Baracus chilling in the back. (Link)

Local Motors Rally Fighter

This ride is built for the deserts of the Southwest United States, which is exactly how we picture the whole world looking in the not too distant future. With a Corvette engine, a Ford truck rear and an F150 steering wheel, the Local Motors Rally Fighter is like the work of a mad auto scientist. Just tell your friends they’ll need their own ride. Who are we kidding, your friends will be dead. (Link)

Aston Martin DB9

Let’s get real for a sec, chances are the zombies are going to win. If you’re going out, you might as well go out in style. Even pick up some hot zombie ass along the way. (Link)

Conquest Knight XV

For luxury and ruggedness, look no further than the Knight XV. Just don’t let your hatchet nick up the leather. (Link)

WaterCar Python

Can zombies swim? This question has spurred more web fights than the usage of there, their and they’re. We’ll play it safe with the amphibious Python.  (Link)

Triumph Rocket III Roadster

This is what a doomsday bike looks like. If tight passages are going to pose issues, the Rocket III is what we want. From takeoff to braking, everything is top of the line. Carrying a lot of supplies will be an issue, but we’ll just swallow a bunch of June bugs while we ride. (Link)

Mercedes-Benz Unimog

As Mercedes-Benz says, the Unimog offers “absolute off-road supremacy.” Since it’s designed to perform in disaster emergencies and the harshest conditions, we’d have to imagine the Unimog is as dependable as it is fun to say. (Link)

Gnarboard Trail Rider

Just because it’s the end of the world doesn’t mean you can’t have some fun, right? Sure you’ll probably be pegging it as long as possible and wishing you had a car, but a Gnarboard is still the only skateboard we’d trust when streets are less than ideal and our legs are weak from a lack of nutrients. (Link)

Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

With a top speed of over 250 mph and a 0-60 time under three seconds, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is damn fast. If you need to get out of a hoard in a hurry, it’s your best bet. Where you’ll find the gas to keep refilling it, however, is up to you. (Link)

Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon LAPV 6.X

Without the 5-0 ready to issue you a hefty ticket and make you recite the alphabet while standing on one foot in your underwear (assumed), staying on the road would be pointless. With this Benz and its 18″ of ground clearance, you’ll make your own roadways. Plus, the surprising agility will allow you to keep your windshield clear of Walker guts. (Link)


  • Steve Wilson

    where is the Bowler Wild Cat??? 0-60 in 4.8 seconds! Star of the Dakar Rally, best off-roader in the world bar none, the zombies don’t stand a chance!

  • Griffin

    “From takeoff to breaking, everything is top of the line.”

    If a motorcycle is falling apart after you takeoff, I’d argue it’s not “top of the line” since you’ll be missing a few key bits that make a motorcycle run.

    However, I do agree that the bike would have ungodly braking power since it would be nothing more than an expensive paperweight.

  • OklaCaliT

    for the triumph, I’m pretty sure you mean braking, as in slowing down, instead of breaking, as in breaking down.

  • Elendar

    Whats about fuel problem?

  • fatman

    Where’s the Deuce n a half?
    where’s the Earth Roamer?
    Where’s the Sandcat?
    where’s the Matador?

    All of these are extremely capable off road vehicles, and what’s more, they all have multifuel engines.. so they can run off of Diesel, Gasoline, Kerosene, oil, hydraulic fluid, basically any type of petroleum product.

  • RedbeardTheZombieHunter

    They covered the most expensive and the most rediculous choices for Z.A.bugout vehicles, but they left out many of the most effective and practical vehicles. My personal choice is the military M35A2 2.5-ton 6X6. Even if you choose to bob it (shorten and convert to 4X4), this is one of the most durable and capable vehices you can get. The first comment I get from most people is “You know how much gas that thing is gonna need?”. My answer is “About 5 gallons per tankful (50 gallons) if I’m running waste motor oil. This particular green iron beast is powered by the 465LDT Multifuel Diesel that will run on just about anything from gasoline to vegetable oil and almost everything in between. In a SHTF situation or immediately after, fueling my truck will be as simple as carrying a sharpend piece of rebar, a hammer and a drain pan. In the thousands of abandoned and disabled cars lies all the fuel I’ll ever need, and it’s as simple as poking a hole in and draining the oil pan, then the transmission pan, and finally the fuel tank. After draining a dead vehicle of it’s vital fluids, I can pour them into my fuel tank and away I go! If I happen to find an abandoned diesel tractor, bus, or piece of construction equipment, I’ll be able to feed the beast a tank of the good stuff! My truck is equipped with a 20,000LB PTO winch in case I get stuck, or have to un-stick a fellow survivor with a less-capable vehicle, and the bumper in front of that winch can splatter at least a dozen zombies a second should I encounter a particularly dense hoard. I’m confident that after the SHTF, my truck will help enable my survival. Can you say the same for your veicle?

  • Garrett

    Motorcycle is the best. I’ll also vote for an Impreza STI.

  • fernando

    Screw all those, get a Marauder!!!

  • Rob

    I don’t know why this didn’t make it up there

  • rpetty

    any list like this that has no mention of a jeep is a joke and with that being said I would either go with my Jeep XJ or a Jeep J8 Check it out

  • Kyle

    A Veyron? Really? If you need to get away from a horde in a hurry, you really don’t need a Veyron. A Suzuki Samurai could out run a horde. Good luck getting it up to speed when the roads are parking lots. Sorry, but that was a stupid addition to the list, same with the Aston.

  • Bryan

    Yep….. Jeep XJ for me too, decent gas mileage, room to store things, great off road, and agile to get around all them dead vehicles.

  • Russ Roca

    And when all the gasoline and electricity runs out, the lowly bicycle will be the last vehicle moving.

  • Dirtus

    F-150 Raptor??? ¬¬ dodge RAM? ¬¬

  • ash

    Ever heard of the ford svt raptor? yeah id pick it over a Bugatti any day. or how about a 67 thru 79 f150/f250 4×4 high boy? talk about indestructible….

  • Teagan

    Ram wont get ya as far as you can spit.

  • Teagan

    Not when ya got a vehicle that can run on oil, like oil right out of the tank or well. Just got claim it as yours before the time comes.

  • Teagan

    The raptors dont have a very good reputation as to good condition through multiple extreme situations.

  • Teagan

    Great off road, and all, but what happens when someone starts shootin at ya, eh? You think everyones gonna be all nice and shit?

  • iceman

    You got to be practical , if world came to a end your not going to drive around a bugati, theres shit all over the paved road, you wouldnt have enough gas to get down the street, were would you carry your supplies, its been tested in the real world ( jeep wrangler or toyota pick up).easy to repair , climb over obsticales, durable.

  • mandadaro

    Philippines’ Habal2x is the best survival vehicle. it can accommodate 9 adults with just 2 wheels. Google it to see proof.

  • odie

    67 thru 79 f150/f250 4×4 high boy would be perfect and you wouldn’t need a computer to find out what the hell was wrong with it if it did breakdown.