When you’re trying to write a message that can be seen from space, you’ve got to go big.

Fortunately for Hyundai, they had eleven Genesis sedans and a desert to use as canvas when 13-year-old Stephanie wanted to write a note to her father on the International Space Station.

In a fantastic new advert from the South Korean manufacturer, the cars use sat-navs and carefully drive just metres apart in order to write Stephanie’s enormous message across the dry expanse of Nevada’s Delamar Dry Lake.

The message, “Steph [hearts] U,” was written across the bone-dry expanse of Nevada’s Delamar Dry Lake; the company notes that the message is bigger than one and a half Central Parks, all told.

It’s huge… so big, in fact, that Guinness has certified it as the world’s “largest tire track image.”

Here’s the message as seen from space:

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