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The Vapour GT Supercar

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Move aside the Batmobile: your time is over.

The new Vapour GT, created by Swedish company Gray Design, sends Batman's trusty ride back to the Batcave with its tail between its legs, looking incredibly stylish and powerful.

It's not just a concept car; this will actually be custom-built by experts previously involved in the development of the Bugatti Veyron and other extreme builds as and when they get an order for one. Not only will it exist in real life, it's also set to feature in its own racing game, to be released on iPhone and Android soon.

It features a lightweight 2.0-litre Supercharged Ford Duratec engine, lightweight carbon fibre construction based on the Caterham SP 300 R racing chassis, and can reach 60mph in under 3.2 seconds, with a top speed of 180mph.

If Batman doesn't put an order in, then we will.

(Images: Gray Design)

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