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Widebody Bugatti La Voiture Noire Looks Like a Batmobile

We were all taught that Bruce Wayne drives a Lamborghini, while he switches to a battle-prepped one-off when his mask is on. Of course, he could cut costs and upgrade on both fronts, by hooning the same machine in both scenarios, but that would blow his cover, wouldn't it? As such, let's just stick to the scenario in which the Wayne Enterprises owner trades his Raging Bull in for a Bugatti.
Widebody Bugatti La Voiture Noire 5 photos
Widebody Bugatti La Voiture Noire "Batmobile" (rendering)Widebody Bugatti La Voiture Noire "Batmobile" (rendering)Widebody Bugatti La Voiture Noire "Batmobile" (rendering)Widebody Bugatti La Voiture Noire "Batmobile" (rendering)
Of course, nothing less than the Bugatti La Voiture Noire would do. After all, with a price of $18.7 million, the Molsheim one-off currently holds the record for the world's most expensive new car.

Well, the rendering staring at us from behind the screen portrays the LVN in the kind of form that would help Wayne take the machine to the next level.

Normally, I'd start the description of the machine by mentioning the widebody take, which is pretty crazy given the full carbon build. Then again, nothing about this contraption is normal, so I won't insist on the extra-width too much.

Instead, I'd like to address the elephant in the room: "Wouldn't people by able to tell who Batman is, with that sign replacing the Bugatti badge in the middle of the horseshoe grille, as well as those fins sitting atop of the rear deck?"

And the answer is a big, fat "no". After all, Bruce Wayne installing such features on his ride would only be a trolling move aimed at those pointing the finger at him.

I'm not sure what the Gotham equivalent of RDBLA could be, but that's where this build could be put together. As for the designer behind the adventure, his name is Khyzul Saleem and this Molsheim toy isn't even his most extreme work.

PS: This isn't the first time we talk about a Bugatti for Batman.




 
 
 
 
 

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