You may have noticed that most cars are not designed to be operated safely in zombie-infested areas. This is a substantial oversight which I intend to remedy.
Lacking a scanner, I have simply taken a photograph of my schematic, so if it's unclear, click on the picture for a larger image.
Life during and after a zombie apocalypse will be fraught with peril -- a time of savagery, survival, and violence. Naturally I have therefore named the premier anti-zombie combat vehicle after Lorna Koskela whose heroism at the Battle of Turku has been an inspiration to us all.
Permit me to describe its features. It has a gasoline engine torqued low (you'll never need to go faster than 40 MPH) with a 60-gallon tank. In fact, it could be described as little more than an armored gas tank. But there's more!
A. Rugged, solid rubber tires that may provide for a rough ride, but you'll never have to change a tire while surrounded by zombies.
B. Metal battering ram for those times when you must simply roll over your foes.
C. Steel-cage protected floodlights. As we saw in Night of the Living Dead, zombies will smash out car headlights, so these need to be protected, unless you like driving and fighting in the dark. The floodlights are on all sides, because Zach will come at you from all directions, and you need to know what is around you.
D. Gun ports. For shooting. Pacifists tend not to survive zombie encounters.
E. Wire-reinforced windows, all around.
F. A rear hatch, also with floodlights and a window.
G. A top hatch with an 8-inch rim around it so that you can see around your vehicle, and even exit it, without exposing yourself to immediate danger. The rim protects you from falling off the vehicle if it moves.
H. Inside is a toilet, which is little more than a hatch in the floor. You might be in this vehicle for a while.
Air conditioning and stereo are optional. And a lowrider package is under development.