11 Cars Drive In Sync To Create A Huge Drawing For A Young Girl Who Misses Her Dad
April 14, 2015
With the help of Hyundai, a 13 year-old girl from Houston, Texas, was able to send her father a very special message.
Stephanie's father is an astronaut for NASA and spends long periods of time in space. He likes to take pictures of Earth from space so she thought she would send him a message that he could find.
She enlisted the help of Hyundai to make a huge drawing, that has now broken a world record for its size.
Hyundai used eleven cars to draw the message on the land in Nevada's Delamar Dry Lake.
Her father took a picture of the drawing from space to show his daughter that her plan had worked.
It measured in at 59,808,480.26 square feet.
The project has been made into a video for Hyundai's New Thinking Campaign.
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