Justice League-inspired car unveiled at Comic Con

July 18, 2013 12:00 AM

DC Comics revealed the eighth and final Justice League-inspired vehicle at the San Diego Comic-Con July 17. The custom Kia Sorento was designed by comic book artist Jim Lee, who completed the final touches in front of the crowd at the Comic-Con Interactive Zone at the city's Petco Park. 

Each of the vehicle's seven seats is emblazoned with a logo representing one of DC Comics' major heroes: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Green Lantern, Cyborg and the Flash. There is also custom air-brushing done to the exterior of the vehicle, so it looks stylish but it still has the reliability, smooth performance and manageable vehicle maintenance that Kia owners have come to love. 

Previously, the "We Can Be Heroes" campaign unveiled cars that drew from the iconic superheroes. Each of the automobiles will be auctioned off for charity, with all of the proceeds benefiting the fight against famine in Africa. 

"Auctioning the Justice League-inspired Sorento is the perfect way to finish off what has been a very positive and successful partnership between Kia and DC Entertainment to benefit the 'We Can Be Heroes' campaign," said Kia executive Michael Sprague, as quoted by ComicBook.com. 

Bids for the car can be placed through July 27 on eBay.

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