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1966 Batmobile

1966 Batmobile

Holy replica, Batman! This 1966 Batmobile ($150,000) is an officially licensed replica of the car used in the classic TV series, and features intricate, authentic details like the double-bubble windshield, a working flame thrower in the rear, an aluminum roll-top dashboard, a flashing red beacon light, accurately-labeled knobs and buttons, and fins out the wazoo. Powered by either a rebuilt Ford 460 or GM 350 engine. Tune in tomorrow for more Uncrate goodness — same Bat-time, same Bat-channel. [Thanks, Jonny & Andrew]

  • Mercedes-Benz F800 Style

    It takes some real balls to put "Style" right in the name of your car, and despite its shark-that-ran-head-first-into-a-wall front end, the Mercedes-Benz F800 Style ($TBA) has it in spades. Still a concept at this point, the F800 boasts a ton of predictably high-end technology, including a plug-in hybrid drive system that pairs a 300 hp V6 gasoline engine with a 109 hp hybrid module for a total of 409 hp, a seven-speed transmission, a new multi-function display concept and touchpad-equipped interface, a new Distronic Plus Traffic Jam Assistant feature that basically drives the car for you in heavy traffic under 25 mph, rear pivot-and-slide doors, and plenty of LED lighting. [Thanks, Joey]

  • Porsche 918 Spyder

    The result of a mad scientist's experiment involving a 911, a Prius, and the front end of a Ferrari F430, the Porsche 918 Spyder ($TBA) is a new plug-in hybrid concept borrowing bits of all three. A 500hp V8 mid-mounted motor is paired with two electric motors — one for each axle — giving the open two-seat 918 a total of 718hp, good for a 0-62 time of 3.2 seconds, a top-end speed of 198 mph, and yet, amazingly, the possibility for 78 mpg fuel economy. A seven-speed PDK transmission, a carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic body, powerful brakes, a bevy of driving modes, and that prancing horse-inspired front end round out this eco-enthusiast's dream ride.