Make note people, because when Mattel releases this RC Batmobile around fall this year, it will show up in your holiday wishlist. The RC car is based off the batmobile in the in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice movie. And it does a pretty good job at being true to its movie version, without being life-size loaded with actual ammunition. The $250 price tag for the Justice League Ultimate Batmobile however, does make it a RC car fit for Bruce Wayne.
Nobody can ever accuse Batman for a lack of style; that part comes with being a ninja, and being the freakin’ Batman. A hot rod is fun to drive every once in a while, so it kind of makes sense for
billionaire Bruce Wayne Batman have one to enjoy. Even if the wing on top of the car is going to suck, the concept renderings by Mark La Frenais is totally cool.
If Nolan’s Batman made the same color choices as Adam West’s Batman of the ’60s, this would be the sweet Batmobile Tumbler he would be driving.
Sometimes, you just have to bring out the cavalry; or a monster truck. We assume the billionaire Bruce Wayne would have no trouble buying one if he decided to take a massive dump on his superhero persona.
We imagine Batman would occasionally like to dabble in sports, maybe take to the track for F1 racing. Awesome as it is, the Tumbler or our conventional Batmobiles can’t quite qualify for the rules of F1 racing, so it’s KnightVision3D to the rescue with this F1-styled Batmobile that takes some inspiration from the Tumbler. Well of course, it isn’t exactly F1 permissible technology with two jet turbines and hydraulic flaps. All that doesn’t really matter though, because it’s friggin’ Batman’s F1 car.
Batman and Tumbler had been having a great time since the past few years. It was strong, it was badass and it was Batman’s latest Batmobile. But as things would have it,
the redneck in Batman decided to move on, getting himself this monster truck and cameos in car crushing action. We hear he now lives in Texas.
Justin Beiber now owns the Bat-illac, his own custom made Batmobile themed car based on the Cadillac CTS-V. The car features Batman’s logo on the front and the rear, suicide doors, a batmobile nameplate and a few more changes to make the Caddy look more like the Batmobile. There you have it, a vigilante, singing superhero. Customization on the car were done by Ryan Friedlinghaus of West Coast Customs.
The Batmobile is fast and powerful and awesome, but Batman cannot be blamed for deciding to travel by a more comfortable albeit ugly vehicle. That’s just how the Dark Knight rocks: in a limousine. The Limo has been named after Tim Burton’s Batmobile and though it does seem to have missed one or two design cues, it does look kind of cool, mostly because the Batmobile has magical powers of making anything appear way more cool than it actually is.
He may be super rich and be able to afford the best cars in the world, but even Bruce Wayne would find himself drooling at this turbine powered batmobile. Then he would go back, dress up as Batman and rub his knuckles thinking why he didn’t think of that before. The 20-feet long Batmobile is dressed up in the style of Batmobiles from Tim Burton’s movies, and has a military Boeing turboshaft helicopter engine for power. For good measure, they even threw in an iPad for the dashboard, because even Batman can’t stay far from his i-Gadgets.
When someone like Gordon Murray goes to redesign a iconic vehicle, we expect a lot of fireworks and some totally kickass design to come of it. Gordon Murray’s Batmobile however, doesn’t quite go in the same direction. It has gone a bit futuristic with fuel cells and lithium ion batteries to power it up. It’s carbon fiber body apparently breathes and its virtual wheels (whatever that might mean) are decked with shiny LEDs. The car has been designed for Batman Live World Arena Tour.