"She was built as a bridging vehicle," said Lucius Fox when he introduced the Tumbler. "During combat, two of these would jump over a river, towing cables. Over here on the throttle, flip that open and throttle up. This will boost you into a rampless jump. We never could get the damn bridge to work, but this baby works just fine."

"Does it come and black?" The Tumbler Batmobile is a movie star in its own right. However, unlike Christian Bale, your home won't get swatted if you have a Tumbler locked up in your garage... if you paid for it, anyway. A replica Tumbler Batmobile is currently listed for sale in Florida. According to luxury online market place James Edition, the Batmobile is actually street legal, which is a delightful surprise considering it looks not even remotely like else on the road. The chassis is completely custom made and features a bespoke frame and drive line.

Despite the outrageous looks, the replica Batmobile's powerplant is rather modest: a GM smallblock LS1 V8 engine, producing 310 hp, mated to an automatic transmission sending power to the rears. Keep in mind, the dually rear is fitted with four fat 44" super swamper tires on custom wheels. The curb weight of the replica Tumbler Batmobile is not mentioned.

Inside, the replica Tumbler Batmobile features custom cut windows, seating for two, and 5 driver assist cameras to take car of the blind spots. Creature comforts include a custom interior complete with a double den stereo with blue tooth, CD/DVD, and iPod integration. The Tumbler also features GPS Navigation worldwide.

So what's the price of driving a car that belongs to your favorite superhero? The list price at James Edition is $1,000,000 or € 748,223. Bruce Wayne created Batman to become a symbol of justice and to be of the people. However, it is safe to say that you'll have to be Bruce Wayne if you want to have the spare pocket change necessary to bring the replica Tumbler Batmobile home.