See The SUV With Smokescreen, Pepper Spray, And Blinding Lights That’s Soon Going To Be On The Road

The Rezvani Vengeance SUV is a monster of a vehicle with pepper spray, strobe lights, smokescreen, and anti-ballistic armor that is also street legal.

By Jonathan Klotz | Published

Rezvani Vengeance SUV

Of all the tools in Batman’s arsenal, his most famous is the anti-shark repellant, but his second most famous is his legendary vehicle, the Batmobile. The Joker famously asked about Batman, “Where does he get all those wonderful toys?” Today, the answer to where Bruce Wayne would find the Batmobile is Rezvani, a California car manufacturer that decided to make the Batmobile a reality, now as the Vengeance SUV, reported on by Futurism.

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In an amazing TikTok from Mobile_Mama, we get to see her demonstrate all of the over-the-top features of the Rezvani Vengeance SUV, from an explosion-proof undercarriage to bulletproof glass. Some of the features appear to be fairly pedestrian, but soon the full-scale military-grade behemoth comes into focus beyond the heated seats and multiple climate control zones. In a feature lifted from the Batmobile or one of James Bond’s fancy cars after Q tricked it out, shown in the video are electrified door handles.

Of course the Rezvani Vengeance SUV needs to have electrified door handles to keep out anyone trying to break in, but if a sudden shock doesn’t make them stop, maybe the pepper spray launchers installed on each door will. If that doesn’t work and the safety-conscious driver finds themselves in a vehicle pursuit, just hit the helpful smoke screen button and leave any pursuers in the dust. Thanks to the thick shielding all around the vehicle a driver needs to rely on the digital rearview mirror as a rearview window is a point of weakness, and no one driving this SUV will ever settle for anything weak.

The Batmobile from Batman Begins

Not noted by Mobile_Mama, but a very important safety feature nonetheless, is the Rezvani Vengeance SUV’s capability to detect a nuclear launch. Hopefully, it utilizes the same voice from Command and Conquer Red Alert when the vehicle’s onboard software picks up the tell-tale electromagnetic signals of a nuke aimed in your general direction. Speaking of onboard software, the front dash is fully augmented-reality capable, allowing the driver to pretend their driving in a video game instead of down the Pacific Coast Highway.

Interested buyers can purchase a Rezvani Vengeance SUV for anything from $285,000 to $499,000 depending on how many upgrades are included. The bundle in Mobile_Mama’s video is the military package, which in addition to everything so far, also includes blinding strobe lights on the front and back. If that wasn’t enough, take advantage of the built-in intercom to announce your arrival in style, as if anyone fail to notice this monster of a vehicle pulling up outside the PTA meeting.

Why anyone would actually need smokescreen, electrified door handles, pepper spray, blinding strobe lights, and the ability to detect a nuclear missile launch is unclear. Maybe Rezvani is marketing the Vengeance SUV indirectly to Batman, or supervillains, or anyone that has tried to drive down the I-4 into Orlando during rush hour of Spring Break when the road is filled with commuters and tourists. Ultimately that’s the most terrifying aspect of this vehicle, it’s street legal and may soon be found on a road near you.