‘Stormy Knight’ is a $250k supercar-inspired jet ski for the mega-rich

  • T3MP3ST and Warner Bros. have teamed up to build a real-life Batboat
  • It’s an electric jet ski, with a top speed of 85 mph
  • The Stormy Knight is a limited edition build, with only 27 units being produced

Published on May 27, 2024 at 2:16 PM (UTC+4)
by Andie Reeves

Last updated on May 30, 2024 at 7:25 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Nalin Rawat

The Batboat has had an electric makeover, and it’s called Stormy Knight.

Stormy Knight is an electronic exploration vehicle (EEV) inspired by the taste of Bruce Wayne.

It’s designed with a superhero in mind, featuring impressive speeds and innovative technology.

With only 27 units of the marine Batmobile being made, prospective buyers need to get ready to spend a whopping six figures to get their hands on one.

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Whether the Batmobile, Batplane, Batcycle, or Batboat, Bruce Wayne is known for his iconic vehicles.

There have been plenty of attempts to bring these from the imagined streets of Gotham to reality.

One man made a Batpod motorcycle from scratch that actually rides.

Most recently, Pininfarina unveiled four hypercars inspired by the Dark Knight, featuring the voice of Batman’s butler.

Now the luxury electric sports craft company T3MP3ST has collaborated with Warner Bros.’ luxury brand, Wayne Enterprises.

Together, they have designed the Stormy Knight, a superhero-grade EEV.

It’s based on T3MP3ST’s Maverick GT, albeit with the stylings of Bruce Wayne’s fleet.

While jet skis are a thrill to ride, they are gas-guzzlers and notoriously noisy.

T3MP3ST was founded by Nico Sell, an avid surfer and ocean conservationist, who addressed these issues in her EEV design.

The Stormy Knight is powered by a 350-horsepower electric motor and 100 kWh modular battery.

This allows it to fly through the seas without creating pollution, noise, or otherwise.

It is made from a combination of carbon fiber and stainless steel, featuring curved lines and dark detailing.

Measuring 14 feet and weighing 1,300 pounds, this real-life Batboat can carry four passengers.

With a top speed of 85 mph, they’ll need to hang onto each other tightly.

Of course, it wouldn’t be Batman-worthy without extra tech, and this EEV is autonomous.

It is also equipped with voice commands, which can be directed via smartwatch.

Just think how cool you’d look ordering your autonomous jet ski to come and collect you from the beach.

Buyers will need to fork out $250,000 for one of these limited edition EEVs.

And T3MP3ST doesn’t want any time wasters: the deposit is a non-refundable $10,000.


Andie Reeves

Andie is a content writer from South Africa with a background in broadcasting and journalism. Starting her career in the glossy pages of Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire, Andie has a broad portfolio, covering everything from sustainability solutions to celebrity car collections. When not at her laptop Andie can be found sewing, recording her podcast, taking board games too seriously or road-tripping in her bright green Kia.