Batman Begins may have been released over 10-years ago, but the Tumbler is an iconic vehicle that will never be forgotten. YasidDESIGN has completely revamped the crime-fighting vehicle, and this version is based on the Lamborghini Huracan, sitting closer to the ground than the original. Upon closer inspection, you'll also see that the Batman logo has replaced the legendary Lamborghini badge. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a first glimpse at a Ruby Seadragon in the wild.
Based on the all-new Toyota Land Cruiser 'LC79 Double Cab' powered by a V8 turbo diesel power, Patriot Campers' Supertourer takes style, capability and comfort to a whole new level. Featuring an all-black design, a kitchenette on the passenger side, massive storage compartment, a lockable slide-out drawer, as well as optional James Baroud 'EVO' roof top tent, Recaro seats, and mini canopy. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the extreme sport known as kite skiing.
Just when you thought the BMW M2 couldn't get any better, Manhart unveils their completely revamped version. The upgraded 3.0-liter inline-six engine now generates 630 PS (621 HP) and 750 Nm (553 lb-ft) of torque, approximately 256 HP more than the stock model. Featuring an upgraded turbo / intercooler, remapped ECU unit, a sports exhaust system, larger brakes and a KW-made suspension. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.
Whether it be a Mad Max-like race or the zombie apocalypse, these weaponized supercars are ready to tackle just about anything, given you're able to find petrol stations to fill up and ammo. Jordanian artist Khaled Alkayed reimagined several of these vehicles, starting with the Ferrari Enzo, which has been steel plated body panels, a jet turbine, missile launchers, and lots more. Continue reading to see a Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe and Maybach Exelero.
Jack Richens from This Moving House turned a standard 2012 Mercedes Benz Sprinter van into a camper van capable of accommodating a four-person family on week-long holidays to anywhere in the world. Featuring a dining area with a kitchenette set, sub-floor storage space for shoes, and stacked beds for all to sleep comfortably while saving space. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here for a few bonus images of a motor home that lets you travel in pure luxury.
When luxury meets armored vehicle, you get the $199,000 Toyota Tundra Diablo by Devolro. Covered in a rugged matte black finish, it's powered by a 5.7L 8-cylinder engine generating 600-horsepower, mated to a 6-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission with Intelligence. Other features include: a FABTECH 6" Performance System with Black Dirt Logic 2.5 Coilovers and rear Dirt Logic shocks, Dual TRD Exhaust, and TOYO Open County tires. On the inside, you'll find handcrafted leather upholstery, carbon fiber inserts, polished wood, and a 3KW premium sound system. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a crazy hydrogen experiment.
Lamborghini Aventador owners who want a crazy body kit, rejoice! Liberty Walk has two different body kits for you to choose from, either made from FRP or CFRP. The first will set you back $35,900, while the latter is a bit pricier at $36,900. If you don't want to destroy your original body panels, they also offer an "exchange fender type" that ups the prices to $41,400 and $42,400 respectively. Last, but not least, adding the dry carbon wing tops out the package at a whopping $46,500. Continue reading for another video and more pictures. Click here to view a few bonus images of Liberty Walk's other Aventadors.
Auto enthusiast Jerry Patrick, who owns a tuning shop, has been transforming cars into classic cartoon and movie vehicles for over a decade. He's been obsessed with the Mach 5 since the 60s, and decided to do something about it. "Back in 1967-ish when the cartoon came out, I was really enthralled as kid to watch it. And I thought, 'One day I'm going to be driving a Mach 5'. For the Mach 5 logo we had to take a few creative liberties with it, obviously you're going from a cartoon to a real car, so we made it pop as good as we could. It's still as cartoon accurate as it can be, so at the end of the day we got it as close as we could and I think it turned out awesome," said Patrick. To build his own replica, a pristine 94 Chevrolet Corvette was torn apart, before a new fiber glass body was placed over it. Continue reading to see a video of the real deal. Click here for a few bonus images of a Pontiac Fiero turned Lamborghini Reventon replica of sorts.
Built by Galpin Auto Sports, the world's first and only Mercedes-Benz S600 Royale is a sight to behold. Featuring headlights and taillights from the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, SLR-inspired side grills, and a body that draws inspiration from the W111 and W112 S-Class models. For those wondering, it's actually based on a 2014 Mercedes-Benz S550, and has also been spotted in Monaco. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a hoverboard snowplow.
Motocrosser Robbie Maddison teamed up with DC shoes to fulfill a three year long 'pipe dream', and they spent countless hours fitting a dirt bike with fins, waterproof sealed engines, as well as different rear tire designs to make it both on / off road capable. That's right, when you're not riding the waves, it can be used like any other dirt bike, hitting the trails. Continue reading for a two part behind-the-scenes video series, more pictures and additional information.