M275 Zombie Autonomous Pilot-less Vehicle. A go to villain for Zombiecalipse. Created by Rogue Saint.
I haven't even managed to set up my laboratory to produce villains and I already have a bad guy for all of you. What you can see I labeled as an APV (Autonomous Pilot-less Vehicle) M275 - Zombie. In essence this is the vehicle that would side with zombies, against humans, in fictional "Zombiecalipse."
M275 got it's name because it's base (literally) is former, very primitive US Army vehicle M274 Mule. I used M274 that appears in Maximum Overdrive (one of my favorite B movie of all time) and just built around it. Nickname Zombie is added because this bad guy is, of course pro-zombie, but also an unlikely hybrid of different vehicles and technologies. For example, M275 features modified tank-tracks but it's break pads are actually redesigned from sport cars. These breaks have purpose of course. Believe it or not M275 is extremely fast and agile. If you look at it's back, you'll see an advanced thrusting engine with exhausts that are similar to those in combat jets. To contrast such advance system at the back, we've got a primitive front sweeper, etc...
At all costs I wanted to preserve M274 Mule's base. So even the steering wheel, as well as the metal break and accelerator pads are very much present. I did enlarge this vehicle. Original Mule is so tiny, however M275 is the size of modern armored vehicles - just stronger than them. M275 would crush any armored vehicle. Don't ask how is that possible. Zombies are stronger than humans. No reason needed there.
Of course, what kind of a zombie vehicle would this be without insane firepower and abilities. In total, there are four 50 caliber machine guns (video game edition with unlimited ammo) and one large laser gun that can spin at full 360 circle. There are three integrated set of optics and radar systems for short, mid-range, and distant reconnaissance and data gathering. Not bad for a hybrid vehicle.
More is to come...
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