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Denmark: Xzibit pimps Batman's ride at the Gumball 3000

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1. W/S Batmobile Tumbler unveiled in Copenhagen 2. M/S Man dressed as Batman 3. W/S Batmobile Tumbler unveiled in Copenhagen 4. M/S Batmobile Tumbler unveiled in Copenhagen 5. W/S Batmobile Tumbler unveiled in Copenhagen 6. C/U Batmobile Tumbler unveiled in Copenhagen 7. M/S Batmobile Tumbler driving away 8. M/S Man dressed as monkey speaking in microphone 9. M/S Xzibit at Gumball 3000 10. M/S Xzibit taking picture with mobile phone 11. M/S Rear of The Incinerator 12. M/S Two people dressed as Bumblebee from 'Transformers' 13. M/S The Incinerator at Gumball 3000 14. W/S Crowd at Gumball 3000 15. M/S Side view of The Incinerator 16. M/S Hubcap on The Incinerator 17. M/S Driver's seat of The Incinerator 18. M/S The Incinerator on display 19. W/S Gumball 3000 attendees SCRIPT Denmark: Xzibit pimps Batman's ride at the Gumball 3000 Batman's Tumbler Batmobile basked in stardom on Sunday when it debuted as one of the world's most expensive and remarkable cars at the extravagant Gumball 3000 in Copenhagen. A group of car enthusiasts calling themselves Team Galag spent over €1 million ($1.3 million) recreating the famous vehicle that helped the Dark Knight Bruce Wayne keep Gotham safe from criminals in the movie series. Also on hand was rapper/actor Xzibit, star of the reality television series 'Pimp My Ride.' In 2007, he popped into Gumball 2007 with a customised Lamborghini Gallardo, later getting pulled over by Dutch police for driving 160 kilometres per hour in a 100 km/h zone. The Gumball 3000 saw more than 100 cars arrive at the event's commencement weekend alongside the Batmobile, which was entered as Team 73. Boasting a 6.2 litre engine and 400 horsepower, it was commissioned by Parker Brothers Concepts, a Floridian company that constructs concept cars for organisations or celebrities on a reality television series called Dream Machines. They made the Batmobile into a 2.5 tonne vehicle that resembles a crossbreed of a tank and a Lamborghini. Another one of the star vehicles to appear was The Incinerator, a silver car created by Reza Mota for the wrester John Cena. It comes with eight incinerator-themed exhaust pipes and four LCD screens built into its interior, two of them replacing the function of traditional car mirrors. Reza Mota is an infamous vehicle mogul infamous on the car rally scene for his outlandish and brilliant designs as Team 14, to be represented by Bardbinsad Alsaud and Robert Louis Haynes. The Batmobile and The Incinerator will drive alongside hundreds of other vehicles in the 3000 mile rally that starts in the Danish capital and travels through 13 countries before wrapping up in its final destination of Monte Carlo on May 25. The automobiles will make six stops en route to Monte Carlo in Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Poland, Latvia and Austria at an entry price of $120,000 (€92,000). Maximillion Cooper is the British entrepreneur, former model, fashion designer, avid racer and creative director of Gumball 3000, whose passion for cars was the catalyst for the creation of what is now the world's most elite car rally. The rally is not a race, but rather an adventure in which striking cars like the Batmobile can shine on public roads across the world on a course that changes every year.