The 2013 Lamborghini Batventador is one man’s (expensive) tribute to the Aventador and the Dark Knight Batman movies. It was apparently fueled by Christian Bale driving one in a Dark Knight film.
The confusing thing is there may actually be two Lamborghini Batventadors prowling the streets. Two models with different wraps have been spotted. The Lamborghini Batventador in Southern California has its own Facebook page and appears to be dedicated to visiting sick children and brightening up their days.
On the outside the Batventador sports a sexy matte black paint job, finished up in a gloss gold Batman insignia on the front and sides, and the "Batventador" nameplate covering the rear wing- mostly in preparation of the upcoming Gold Rush Rally.
There’s no word available if the Batventador has any weapons onboard. It appears to be a standard Aventador from pictures posted on the web.
That means instead of a conventional instrument cluster, the Aventador features a TFT display that provides you with all the information you need. Despite all technological finesse, operating the car is simple and intuitive, thanks to the intelligent controls and the arrangement of the switches on the center console. We want to make sure you can concentrate on what really counts: driving pleasure.
Under the hood, we assume the raging bull sports the same 6.0-liter V12 good for some 690 horsepower, and finished off with a flame-throwing custom Innotech IPE exhaust. The Aventador accelerates from 0-100 62 mph in 2.9 seconds and can reach a top speed of 217 mph.
A special suspension system, inspired by motorsports, is used in the Aventador. On the pushrod suspension with double wishbones a bellcrank is used to actuate the internal, vertically integrated spring and damper unit. This layout reduces the unsprung mass, improves the aerodynamics and leads to direct steering with minimized perturbation.