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You gotta see the car Yoenis Cespedes drove to spring training Tuesday

<p>NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 30: Yoenis Cespedes #52 of the New York Mets hits an sacrifice fly RBI in the sixth inning against Kelvin Herrera #40 of the Kansas City Royals during Game Three of the 2015 World Series at Citi Field on October 30, 2015 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)</p>

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 30: Yoenis Cespedes #52 of the New York Mets hits an sacrifice fly RBI in the sixth inning against Kelvin Herrera #40 of the Kansas City Royals during Game Three of the 2015 World Series at Citi Field on October 30, 2015 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)

Matt Harvey is the Dark Knight, but Mets teammate Yoenis Cespedes drove the Batmobile to spring training workouts Tuesday.

Check out this ride (unless you have your own Polaris Slingshot, you probably will be impressed):

Forget Harvey's Maserati. Cespedes rolled up in this beauty this morning. pic.twitter.com/tPKPM5uHQb

— John Harper (@NYDNHarper) February 23, 2016

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The Polaris Slingshot driven by the #Mets Yoenis Cespedes was custom made by The Auto Firm in Miami. pic.twitter.com/jyp4yGkbVS

— Matthew Stucko (@MatthewStucko) February 23, 2016

Who drove this car to spring training today: Yours truly or Yoenis Cespedes? pic.twitter.com/4WIjBFPe5X

— Matt Ehalt (@MattEhalt) February 23, 2016

Swag much? Yoenis Cespedes rolled into #Mets camp this morning driving THIS. pic.twitter.com/Y3rYf8fzVZ

— Anthony DiComo (@AnthonyDiComo) February 23, 2016

At least we know what Cespedes has been spending his money on since signing his three-year, $75 million deal to return to the Mets last month.

Let's just hope he parked far enough from the field to avoid a busted windshield from a batting practice homer.

In 57 games after his trade from the Detroit Tigers to the Mets last season, Cespedes hit .287/.337/.604 with 17 homers and 44 RBI. He helped spark the team to an NL East title and a trip to the World Series. For the season, Cespedes had 35 homers and 105 RBI, both of which were career highs for his four-season major-league career.