A Lamborghini was transformed into the Batmobile with a top speed of 200 miles per hour
It costs $1 million, which is around £600k in real money.
Caresto got inspiration for the car from “Batman: Arkham Knight,” a 2015 video game based on the Batman comics. The car first raced in the Gumball 3000, a 3,000-mile supercar race that takes place on public streets, in May. Since that time, the car has driven a total of 6,000 miles throughout Europe.
Caresto first created computer-assisted designs that were based on the Arkham video game in order to make a full-scale mould of the car’s body. The entire body was then made out of carbon fiber to keep it lightweight. Caresto used an extremely rigid, tubular frame so the car has good handling. And it comes with a flame thrower exhaust to give it that true Batmobile vibe. The top of the car is electrically operated and lifts up to let the driver into the cockpit. And it’s a fairly big car, with a wheelbase that measures a little over 11 feet. Overall, the width of the car measures a little over 8 feet. The car comes with a powerful 560 horsepower V10 engine, allowing it to get up to 200 mph. Also, check out that nice Batman detailing right above it. Stepping inside, the black leather interior has LED lights in the seats, floor, and pedal to give it a real Batmobile feel. The car offers power steering, a sound system, and climate control. The Batmobile began its journey in the Gumball 3000 May 1 in Dublin, and made its way all the way to Bucharest, Romania by May 7. Caresto is now servicing the car after driving a grand total of 6,000 miles.