Justice League vehicle fleet complete

Last updated 07:59 19/07/2013

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Kia's Justice League-inspired series of vehicles is complete.

The eighth and final custom vehicle, produced in partnership with DC Entertainment, was unveiled at Comic-Con in San Diego yesterday (NZ time).


Click through our gallery above to check out all eight vehicles in the Justice League fleet.


The final vehicle, a Sorento, was penned by legendary comic book artist Jim Lee, who completed the customisation of the car before a live audience.

All the vehicles have been created to raise awareness of DC Entertainment's "We Can Be Heroes" giving campaign and the eight vehicles will be on display throughout Comic-Con.

Following the unveiling, it was announced that the newly revealed car would be the centrepiece of a special online charity auction for the Heroes campaign.

The seven-seat Sorento marks the final chapter in a 10-month, eight-vehicle partnership between DC Entertainment and Kia based on the iconic characters that make up the Justice League – Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg – each of which are featured on their own car designed by Lee.

The final car captures the entire Justice League with world-famous West Coast Customs recreating Lee's artwork through hand-painted, custom air-brushing.

To date, the We Can Be Heroes giving campaign has raised over nearly NZ$3 million and helped over five million men, women and children in the Horn of Africa.

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