Whether you’re a superhero fan or a car enthusiast (or both!), you’ve probably dreamed of owning a Batmobile, that iconic vehicle driven by DC Comics’ Batman.
Over the years, we’ve seen many versions of this awesome ride on the cartoons, the comic books, and, of course, the movies. I grew up with the Michael Keaton Batman but yep, I also dig that one from the 90’s animated show and, yes, that tank-like Batmobile from the Christian Bale-starred trilogy.
Team Galag’s Batmobile is made from Lamborghini Gallardo and a lot of carbon fiber.
Now Team Galag, a group composed of wealthy car enthusiasts, took it upon themselves to turn their fanboy dreams into reality. What they did was to take a Lamborghini Gallardo, throw up some good amount of carbon fiber, and use a lot of engineering know-how to transform the car into a real-life Batmobile.
Their goal and purpose? Well, they’re bringing the vehicle from Dublin to Bucharest for the Gumball 3000 2016 Rally.
The Team Galag Batmobile will be joining other supercars in the Gumball 3000 Rally.
According to the video posted on YouTube, their version of the Batmobile took “over 12 months in the making.” The project’s lead engineer said they worked closely with Koenigsegg, a supercar shop from Sweden which produces One:1, Regera, and other beautiful machines.
So yep, this fiction-turned-reality car will be joining other high-end vehicles and monsters in the rally.
We really can’t wait to see this badass of a ride on Gumball but until then, let’s check out the video below for the mean time:
Watch the video here:
Seriously? That vehicle is impressively cool. Go share this post with your car-loving buddies on Facebook!
Dance Couple’s Captivating Visual Routine Had All BGT Judges Up Their Feet
Wow, I’ve never seen anything like this before!
By now, you would think we’ve seen all sorts of couple dance routines on these TV talent searches. Well, this couple just proved us wrong.
This performance from visual dance act Another Kind of Blue is unlike anything we’ve ever seen. Believe me when I say you’ll be blown away with what they did on stage of Britain’s Got Talent.
Their act was so amazing all the judges had no choice but to clap non-stop and stand up their feet after the routine. Yes, even the usually-harsh judge Simon Cowell couldn’t resist the charm of their unique presentation.
This Guy’s Captain America Replica Shield Can Protect You From Live Bullets
Captain America himself would be proud of this shield.
As a kid, I grew up with a fascination for all things Captain America. I read his comic books, watch his cartoon show, drew him often on the pages of my school notebook, and even owned a full costume complete with that ridiculous winged mask,
So, yes, big superhero geek right here.
Needless to say, I’m looking forward to seeing Captain America: Civil War pretty soon.
This Man’s Chilling Rendition Of “Sound Of Silence” Will Send Shivers Down Your Spine
“Hello Darkness, my old friend. I’ve come to talk with you again…”
As a music fan, I rarely like cover versions better than originals. Somehow, most covers do not have the same vibe and intensity as the original renditions.
Well, I have to say the song below is an exception though.
Known for their tracks “Down With The Sickness” and “Stupify,” heavy metal band did a surprisingly awesome rendition of “The Sound of Silence,” a song originally released by Simon and Garfunkel back in 1964.
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