Man Builds the First and Only Turbine-Powered Batmobile

I’ve seen my fair share of Batmobiles in my life time, I’ve only seen one of the originals in a Museum, but this is the first time I’ve ever seen a batmobile that works with a turbine. Casey Putsch, an auto restoration guru created a batmobile that uses a Boeing turboshaft that he took out of a naval drone helicopter. According to him, this makes his collector’s item one of a kind. Imagine driving this thing down the road and someone steps in front of it, or behind it… Putsch said:

This is the only Batmobile created that makes fiction reality. It is powered by a military spec Boeing turboshaft engine driving the rear wheels through a semi automatic gearbox. It features a custom tube frame/monocoque chassis with fully independant suspension, disc brakes, and a sequential shifter. It runs on kerosene, diesel, or Jet fuel and has a power to weight ratio comparable to a Dodge Viper. The car is registered and insured for the road in the United States. Built in 2011 by Casey Putsch of PutschRacing.com