Stunning Batmobile-like Ferruccio concept is a celebration of 50 years of the Italian supercar brand.
Bruce Wayne has driven a number of stunning vehicles in his time as Batman, but this could be the most fitting car yet for the Caped Crusader.
The Batmobile-like Lamborghini Ferruccio concept has been penned by UK transportation and design student Mark Hostler, with the sharply styled mega-coupe designed as a moving tribute to the Italian supercar brand, which will celebrate its 50th birthday in 2013.
The Staffordshire University student has designed the car to evoke memories of some of Lamborghinis most iconic models over its history, including an overly wide rear-end and steep windscreen reminiscent of the Countach, curvaceous front wheel arches and rear flanks much like the Miura.
While Hostler has not made any reference in his design to the Batmobile, the Aventador- and Reventon-inspired "stealth fighter" front-end design and swooping, sharply creased body lines are reminiscent of the pointy nosed, turbine-fronted 1989 Batmobile from the original Batman film.
The concept model has been envisaged to run a small-by-Lambo-standards 5.0-litre V12 engine aided by twin turbochargers.
If you're wondering, the Ferruccio name comes from Lamborghini's founder, a manufacturing magnate who started the brand in 1963.