'Lamborghini Batman' Killed In Tragic Collision


The superhero who loved supercars is gone.

Overthe past few years, we've given you occasional updates on the amazing 51year-old Lenny Robinson, known as Lamborghini Batman or Route 29 Batman. Theman who loved his supercars was known for driving his custom-made Batmobile tolocal hospitals to offer relief and happiness to sick children. This lastSunday, Robinson's Gallardo was experiencing engine issues and he pulled ontothe median on Interstate 70. At some point, a Toyota Camryslammed into the Lambo, causing the car to hit Robinson. He died at thescene.

Inhis memory, we honor his outstanding charity work and the exceptional creativityhe had with his rides, such as this amazing Batventador:

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