This one-of-a-kind Lamborghini Aventador 750-4 Superveloce J.S.1 made for London based art dealer James Stunt is probably the closest thing to a Batmobile that anyone has ever made. MANSORY ended up decking the angular body of this car out in carbon-fiber, giving it a super aggressive look – but that isn’t all they did. The J.S.1 comes with several upgrades to the baseline Superveloce. The new and improved version pumps out 819 horsepower alongside 553 pound feet of torque, which helps the vehicle sprint to 62 mph in 2.7 seconds on its way to a top speed of 220 mph. While these are some real steps forward on the already impressive Superveloce stats, the goal with this custom job wasn’t to shove more power into the vehicle but to refine the baseline stats through aerodynamic adjustments and fine tuning of the engine. When you’re looking for improvements on something like a Lamborghini, though, you know you’re stacked. Stunt already owns 20 MANSORY car remakes, ranging from bomb-proofed Bentley’s to souped-up Range Rovers. Don’t forget to check more fastest cars in the world.