Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

$1m Batmobile For Sale

hero1.jpg
hero2.jpg
hero3.jpg
hero4.jpg

Imagine cruising down your street in this on a Sunday afternoon. Just imagine.

But that dream could become a reality thanks to designers James Edition, who have created a fully street-legal version of the Batman Tumber - yes, you can legally drive this on the roads.

The price tag is a cool $1,000,000 (£600,000), but don't let that put you off: it's got 44-inch tyres with custom rims, a stereo with Bluetooth, iPod integration, CD and DVD players, together with five cameras to assist you in parking (that will certainly come in handy when you're popping out to the shops). It boasts an eight-cylinder engine with rear-wheel drive, is automatic and is left-hand drive only.

They've made just five worldwide, so get involved and sort yourself out the ultimate set of wheels. Visit the James Edition website to buy yours with that spare million dollars you've got lying around.

(Images: James Edition/AllStar)

Related

p2922_press2.jpg

Sixties Batmobile for sale

jesse-jeremy.jpg

Jesse Eisenberg and Jeremy Irons cast in Batman Vs Superman

Y_CHRIS_O'DONNELL_SSU80969.jpg

The Batman movie that never was

Comments

More

The funniest Twitter reactions to Big Sam getting the England job

22 Jul 2016

Here's the dramatic effect Brexit has had on the economy so far

22 Jul 2016

EA Sports might have accidentally leaked Manchester United’s new kit

22 Jul 2016

Saddam Hussein’s ‘Game of Thrones’ book is getting an English release

Yes you read that right

22 Jul 2016

The world's steepest street makes for incredible optical illusions

Let's get this show on the road

22 Jul 2016

One Pokémon Go player has caught 'Em All: here's how to be the second

22 Jul 2016

Drunk Sir Patrick Stewart loves hardware more than you love life

This man is a national treasure. by David Cornish

22 Jul 2016

Jon Stewart just tore Donald Trump supporters a new one

"This country isn’t yours. It never was. There is no real America. You don’t own it. You don’t own patriotism." by Joe Ellison

22 Jul 2016

Starbucks is changing its stores, but not for the better

21 Jul 2016

The first trailer for season two of Netflix's Narcos doesn't hold back

The real Life of Pablo

21 Jul 2016