Batman Car From The Dark Knight Trilogy For Sale For $1 million 1

A street-legal replica of the famous Batman car used in Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy is up for sale for a whopping $1 million dollars. That’s more expensive than two Lamborghini Aventadors.

Like the Lamborghini Aventador, the Batmobile features rear-wheel-drive, some wheels, some doors, a stereo, sat nav and iPod integration. Unlike the Lamborghini Aventador, however, it doesn’t have a 6.5-litre V12, 700bhp, bespoke carbon fiber construction and warp speed.

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Instead it is powered by a GM LS1 V8 engine. Sits on monster 44-inch tires and has a custom frame and chassis, an auto box, custom windows, five cameras and the ability to scare fellow road users senseless.

And, unlike the Lamborghini Aventador, it is one of just five replicas built, hence the rather cosmic price. But, it does come in black, and is the perfect accompaniment to any multi-millionaire’s private Bat Cave. “We have built this insane vehicle to be street legal,” its makers claim. “However, please understand that this is not a daily driver!”

Batman Car From The Dark Knight Trilogy For Sale For $1 million 2

So if you have a million dollars to spend and dream of driving a batman car then go purchase this monster machine here – James Edition

Original Batmobile Tumbler

The Tumbler has a pair of machine guns mounted in the nose of the car between the front wheels. In “Attack” mode, the driver’s seat moves to the center of the car, and the driver is re positioned to lie face-down with his head in the center section between the front wheels.
This serves two main purposes:
First, it provides more substantial protection with the driver shielded by multiple layers of armor plating.

Second, the low-down, centralized driving position makes extreme precision maneuvers easier to perform, while lying prone reduces the risk of injury a driver faces when making these maneuvers.

Other devices included:

Six rear flaps to assist brakes
Twin forward-firing machine guns
Rocket launcher
Landing hook to Sprung landing stabilization
Integrated fire-extinguishing system
Integrated safety connection to gasoline control
Vector-controlled jet engine on back of car for quick boosts/”rampless” jumps
Stealth mode, which turns off the car’s lights and cuts the engine. The vehicle is powered by an electric motor, making it very hard to find in dark places (which makes the mode most useful at night), and as demonstrated by the car chase in Batman Begins, can easily throw off pursuers.
Explosive mines are deployed from the rear of the vehicle, which can take out any cars that make contact with them.
Front of car is heavily armored, so the car can ram as a practical offensive attack, and also protects the driver while in the prone driving position/”Attack” mode
Both front wheels can eject when the vehicle is damaged to form the Batpod

Would you pay 1 million for this Batman car?

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