On the Batman movie set, the Razorbak concept truck wouldn't look out of place. Even though it isn't the Batmobile of the future, it certainly looks like one.
It actually started out as a 2007 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 Duramax, but you wouldn't know it. On eBay, you can purchase the one-of-a-kind, hand-sculpted Razorbak concept truck at the moment.
The seller, according to the listing, replaced the bed and cab with a steel frame made of heavy-duty steel tubing.
The seller then installed hand-cut, shatter-resistant glass and hand-cut body panels made of steel sheeting. The seller must have spent hundreds of hours crafting the body panels, as evidenced by the finished product.
The Razorbak concept truck has four "Gullwing" doors on commercial-grade actuators, as well as Camaro-style LED sequential taillights and headlights.
It has a futuristic design because it is matte-painted charcoal black.
On the inside
Inside, there are two bucket seats with a jumper seat and console up front, a three-person bench in the back, and no expense was spared.
The Razorbak concept truck exudes a high-end feel thanks to extensive use of marine-grade carbon, leather, and suede.
The truck has a Bluetooth audio system, front and rear cameras, and a brand-new, high-end OEM gauge set.
In the engine, there's a 6.6-liter LBZ Duramax V8 diesel motor mated to an Allison 1000 six-speed transmission.
It's moving on a bunch of enormous 21-inch wheels that are enveloped by Michelin XZL tires that are 54-inches tall and 26-creeps with.
Halting power comes as six-cylinder Brembo brakes from a Porsche Cayenne GTS.
The Razorback idea truck is recorded on eBay for $62,000.
Situated in Hawaii, the dealer has even proposed to part the delivery charge toward the west coast assuming the asking cost is met.