Having successfully defended Gotham from the Joker, Two-Face and Bane, it seems Batman has retired to the sunny climes of Florida.
That’s what some Florida residents might be assuming, anyway, if they’ve spotted the Caped Crusader’s armor-plated Tumbler assault vehicle trundling around streets of the Sunshine State.
Check it out:
In truth, the vehicle is not a covert project created by Lucius Fox in the Applied Sciences division of Wayne Enterprises, but rather the creation of Team Galag, an international racing crew.
The Galag gear monkeys created the picture-perfect replica of the Tumbler for the Gumball 3000, a cross-country car race that favors style over speed.
The custom-made scale replica of the Batman Tumbler reportedly weighs in at 2.5 tons and is a couple feet feet taller than a Hummer H1. Hiding under all the stealthy armor is a 400hp 6.2-liter V8 engine capable of pushing the vehicle to a top speed of 100 miles per hour (not terribly fast, but what the vehicle lacks in speed it makes up for in awesome).
Admit it: you’d trade a non-essential appendage for a chance to drive this thing: