These guys took apart a Lamborghini and rebuilt it as a Batmobile.
Swedish car maker Caresto has shown us a cool way of making the indisputable coolesst Batmobile by following the blueprints of ‘Arkham Knight,’ a 2015 video game based on Batman comics. The automaker made this awesome-looking, and derivable, Batmobile for Team Galag as part of the 2016 Gumball 3000, which is a 3000-mile supercar race rally that takes place on public streets and brings together international celebrities showcasing their unique automobiles.
Caresto redesigned the Lamborghini supercar into a Batmobile with full functionality and driveability in mind. With a wheel base of 3.4 meters and a width of 2.5 meters, this special car is so big that it has to be powered by a 560hp V10 engine, which gives it a superb handling and solid feeling.
The car’s exterior black body is structured with carbon fiber made out of full scale molds milled from CAD drawings. The automaker put a lot of effort in designing the car’s interior with a combination of black soft leather and see-through fabrics that are kept together by golden stitches. The interior is electrically operated and every part including the floor, pedals and seats light up when it’s in operation.
All these are perfectly complimented by an enormous flame thrower exhaust and an incredible sound system that makes it an absolute Batmobile monster on the road.