Creating or writing something on Earth that is observable from space is something that does not happen very often and is extremely difficult to do in general.
That is unless you are Hyundai and have 11 Genesis Sedans at your disposal to deliver a message by utilizing the desert as a notepad.
A 13-year-old Houston girl named Stephanie wanted to show her love to her astronaut father who is currently aboard the International Space Station.
Thinking outside the box, Hyundai utilized a small army of the company’s Genesis Sedans to inscribe “Steph [hearts] you” across Nevada’s Delamar Dry Lake.
The message is so massive Guinness has certified it as the world’s “largest tire track image.”
Even cooler is how incredible it turned out when viewed from space: