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Meet The 690Hp ‘Dark Knight’ Batmobile Made From Porsche 911 Turbo S

Date: June 21, 2017 6:44 PM
  • Porsche 911 Turbo S Dark Knight Batmobile

    What would you do if you are tasked to make the already smashing, Porsche 911 Turbo S more appealing? You would probably think, why would someone try to modify a car that is among the most desirable supercars one could dream of owning. Just before you dismiss the possibility, have a look at this copiously customized Batmobile that has been made from a Porsche 911 Turbo S. This heavily custom model has been built by Auto-Dynamics and is dubbed Dark Knight. Here’s a look at this custom built that gets a new look and more power under the hood.

  • Christened ‘Dark Knight’, the custom-build is offered with a carbon fibre aerokit that comes in black colour. To add to its visual appeal, the Batmobil-cred is offered with matte finish. Changes are also made under the hood to make the Turbo S more powerful.

  • In a bid to make it meaner, the machine gets new bits including new exhaust components from GMC racing & Tech Art, intake parts from IPD, y-pipes, additional power and intercoolers. With these additions, the Turbo S becomes the perfect Batmobile for cruising.

  • In addition, the custom model also comes with Stinger GTR body parts that include a Stinger rear diffuser and a Moshammer moveable rear spoiler. Additionally, the centrelock wheels come with the single race-style centre nut instead of the usual lug nuts.

  • As for the power, mechanical changes have been made under the hood of the Turbo S to make it more powerful. That said, the custom model makes robust power of 690hp. While externally, it gets vented fenders, hood, side skirts and rear bumper.

  • The name of the customer has not been revealed by the company and there is no clue on the price for this conversion. However, considering that a Porsche 911 Turbo costs over Rs 2.66 crore (ex-showroom, Delhi), the unidentified customer must have paid a hefty amount to customize it into a Batmobile.

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