Alright, who wants to be the one to tell them that they have the internet up there...

In a pretty impressive PR stunt, Hyundai used 11 of its new Genesis sedans to write a giant message in the sand that could be seen from space.

A 13-year-old girl from Houston, Stephanie, wanted to send the message to her father that she loves him, but being an astronaut on the International Space Station, that was a bit more tricky than usual. However, with some help from the car company, she was able to do it in a pretty unique way. 

The message was written out in giant letters on the bed of Nevada's Delamar Dry Lake, and has been declared the "largest tire track image" by the Guinness Book of World Records, so it's pretty big. Apparently, it's the size of one and a half Central Parks. What? We measure everything in relative terms to Central Park. We always have and we always will.


Anyway, NASA haven't said who the astronaut was, and they more than likely won't, but something tells us you might be able to spot him when he returns from space and pulls into work on his first day back in a brand new Hyundai.

Via The Verge