Own a Street-Legal Tumbler Replica from THE DARK KNIGHT Trilogy for $1 Million
It’s always fun to drive a cool car, but what if you had the ability to own the coolest car? A street-legal replica of the Batmobile from Christopher Nolan’s Batman films—aka “The Tumbler”—has been built and is now being put up for sale to the general public for a cool $1 million. Yes, that’s right, this vehicle is 100% legal to drive on normal streets. The vehicle comes complete with 44-inch tires, (extremely necessary) driver-assist cameras, and a stereo with Bluetooth and iPod integration so you can blast Hans Zimmer’s Batman score while driving the streets at night, searching for crime to thwart. It’s not explicitly stated if the owner will be able to leap across buildings and shoot fire out of the back end, but it’s probably best if those features are not included so as to prevent citywide destruction at the hands of a very wealthy novice.
Hit the jump to take a look at some images of the Tumbler replica and to find out where you can purchase Christian Bale’s broodmobile.
This concept vehicle features an LS1 motor with a custom built frame, chassis and drive line. It has an automatic transmission, dually rear end featuring FOUR 44″ super swamper tires with custom rims! It has a custom cut windows, seating for two, 5 driver assist cameras, Double den stereo with blue tooth, CD/DVD, Ipod integration for all of your entertainment needs. This vehicle also features GPS Navigation worldwide as well as a custom interior. It is a limited edition of only 5 worldwide! We have built this insane vehicle to be street legal however please understand that this is not a daily driver!
Head over to James Edition for more information on the car, and check out some images below:
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