Batman has a new car..

  Mr Mistoffelees 19:44 30 Mar 12
  Jameslayer 21:50 30 Mar 12

hehe it made me chuckle.

  interzone55 21:59 30 Mar 12

This should be the next batmobile

  Aitchbee 22:14 30 Mar 12

But does it have 'bat radar' as standard, when it gets dark?

  Chegs ®™ 02:01 31 Mar 12

A 1.6 ltr engine producing 300BHP is likely to be so stressed it'll break before the end of the race.Its a problem Ferrari had a few years ago,and they had to effectively detune the engine to get the neccessary reliability for 24Hr racing.

  Aitchbee 21:00 31 Mar 12

Batman told me, he never lost his bat keys 'cos he always kept 'em inside his utility belt, up in the attic.

  Al94 21:17 31 Mar 12

AitchBEE, your input adds little to this forum, in fact when I think about it,part of the reason for the apparent decline in recent times may be down to inane rubbish such as this.

  Al94 21:22 31 Mar 12

Thee car is experimental but very interesting nevertheless. The power output from that size of engine is amazing and coupled with the light weight and design, will be interesting to see how it stands up.

Motoring is going to have to change radically in the future and this could be a step in that direction.

  Aitchbee 21:35 31 Mar 12

I respect your view.

  Aitchbee 21:37 31 Mar 12

Remember, Batman is a fictional character.

  Aitchbee 21:42 31 Mar 12

...I don't know where my utility belt is located...but Robin will help me with that caper.

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