Featured on National Geographic's "Supercar Megabuild" this custom khaki Bentley Continental GT is about as far from your luxurious Bentley expectations as you can get.
With £25,000 ($32,600 AUD) worth of off-road upgrades, the still road-legal machine is an absolute monster, boasting its original 6.0 litre W12 engine, six-speed automatic transmission an all-wheel drive power train with a stock standard immaculate Bentley interior.
Face-value, however, the Dakar-inspired vehicle is ready for just about any natural element or zombie apocalypse you could throw at it with a host of off-road-specific modifications.
A black external roll cage frames the GT, which sports 17" custom banded steel wheels, bash plated under body protection, custom lower arms and wheel arches and a spare tyre boxed in by dual Jerry cans mounted on the rear.
Other mods include a beefed-up suspension, quantum racing adjustable shocks and some hectic external light displays.
The Continental GT, the flagship of the current Bentley generation has been in production since 2003, with the latest 2018 variant announced last week ahead of its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show this month.
For the souped-up zombie apocalypse version, however, there's currently only 2 days remaining for auction, with the present bid sitting at £40,200 pounds ($65,000 AUD) and viewable on eBay at the time of writing.