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Someone made a road-legal Batmobile powered by a Lamborghini

Forget film props and Vauxhall Corsa's with dodgy body kits - this is a real-life Batmobile, fit for any crime fighter with serious parental bereavement issues. 

The work of prototype motoring company Caresto, this is the TGX: a road-legal sports concept built for Team Galag that participated in this year's Gumball 3000. Based on the Batmobile from the Arkham video game series, it doesn't feature a functioning gatling gun, but it does look the part. 

Feast your eyes on this incredible creation...

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