Lamborghini Gallardo Batmobile

May 4, 2016

Category: Rides

Here’s what you get when you combine significant disposable income with an affinity for Gotham’s high-flying hero. Built for the iconic Gumball 3000, a trans-European rally that brings together wealthy enthusiasts and talented builders from around the world, this Batmobile was put together by Team Galag.

From the looks of it, they did a fantastic job as we can barely make out the underlying Lamborghini Gallardo make. Team Galag is making the journey in this two-seated carbon fiber beast that receives a whopping 500 hp from its 5.2L V10 engine. Not to worry, though, these models come with AWD, which is a good thing considering the weight of this carbon fiber car. All told, the Batmobile is about 20 feet long by 12 feet wide and sits on four 26-inch wheels. So if you find yourself anywhere between Dublin, Ireland and Bucharest, Romania this year be sure to keep an eye on the road for this one. Watch the video below.

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