No, Zack Snyder hasn't had a rethink on the latest Batmobile design - but he'd do well to swap Affleck's ride with this lethal number.
Possessing more sharp edges than a barbershop, this sleek chunk of metal began life as a Lamborghini Aventador - an exotic motor whose lines were already capable of causing major traffic delays. Yet the tuners of Germany's DMC were seemingly unimpressed with the angular designs of Italy's most outrageous bull. In fact, they saw room for improvement.
The result is the DMC Aventador Edizione-GT, a custom with a mind-boggling list of tweaks and additions: an engine retune pushes the 6.5-liter V12 engine from 700bhp to an impracticable 998bhp with a twin turbo charger. New suspension and alloy wheels help skim off some of the weight from the added carbon fibre body kit and spoiler, all of which conspires to keep the Batmobile-eater firmly planted on the road.
Unfortunately, you'll need the wealth of Bruce Wayne if you're going to get your hands on one of these polished monsters. The full package comes in at £176,930 - which doesn't include the price of the £300,000 car itself. Just buying the carbon fibre body kit will set you back £55,000.
We're off to buy every lottery ticket in the square mile.