The star of any Batman movie isn’t the caped crusader, or the over-the-top villain he’s trying to defeat. It’s the Batmobile. The Dark Knight’s ride has seen countless design changes over the years, but it’s always been packed full of wonderful features that always make it the real star of the show.
The most iconic custom car builder of the most iconic custom cars to grace a TV screen, George Barris, is reportedly dead.
Tearing through your town in a full-size replica of the tank-like Batmobile that Batman drives in the Arkham Knight game is sure to get you pulled over in no time. But a smaller go-kart version of that same Batmobile? Your local police might just ask to take it for a spin.
What’s your favorite Batmobile? They all have their own charm, don’t they? The Tumbler was brute force bicep flexing whilst kissing bad ass. The 60’s Batmobile was fanciful and fun and totally goofy but cool in all the right ways. But my favorite is probably the Batmobile from the Tim Burton movies. It’s slick and…
Batman’s vehicle of choice has had a lot of different looks over the 75 years it’s been around—but an ongoing legal case over unlicensed replicas based on the 1966 and 1989 versions of the Batmobile called into question whether DC had the right to copyright the car. Turns out, despite the myriad redesigns, they do.
Warner Brothers Studios just added the Batman V. Superman: Dawn Of Justice Batmobile to their picture-car vault, where it joins its bat-tastic brethren for the first time as part of the studio tour.
Every year across the globe Red Bull holds various events requiring competitors to build and race their own contraptions. This weekend in the UK the Red Bull Soapbox Race will get under way, but why bother even holding the event when this team that built a giant version of the Lego Batmobile has already clearly won?
Batman’s chosen mode of transport has evolved a lot over the years. From swanky car to Tumbler, and even armored tanks. But with a new, heavily armored Batman in town in DC’s Batman comics, there needs to be a new Batmobile to match—and it looks completely, hilariously over the top. Bat-Truck, indeed.
Whether the campy ‘60s TV version or the brooding crime fighter from Chris Nolan’s trilogy, it’s safe to say everybody’s batty about Batman. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Geo is a homage to Bob Kane’s malleable crime fighter, but will it’s price have you exclaiming Holy Bank Robbery, Batman!?
The 2015 Licensing Expo just got under way in Las Vegas today, giving us our first good look at the redesigned Batmobile that Ben Affleck will be driving in the upcoming 2016 blockbuster, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
If you want to get a closer look at the new black dune buggy that Ben Affleck’s stunt guy will be driving in the upcoming Batman vs Superman movie, here’s some up close footage from JoBlo Movie Trailers. You get up close shots of the parts and a glimpse of the weaponry. It’s like a cross between the Tumbler and…
To commemorate their first victory in the United States at Sebring 40 years ago, BMW whipped out a classic livery that's unmistakably BMW for the BMW Team RLL Z4Ms: the livery of its 1975 3.0 CSL, lovingly known for its outlandish wings and flares as the "Batmobile."
Remember being insanely jealous of that little kid with the custom-made Groot swing? Well prepare to be envious of yet another toddler because the same web series responsible for that Guardians of the Galaxy swing—Super-Fan Builds—is back with a stroller designed and engineered to look exactly like the Tumbler…
Last year the Batmobile from the famed 1960s TV series sold for a whopping $4.2 million at auction. Its little-known predecessor — the first DC Comics-licensed Batmobile — didn't fare nearly as well.
Most people think that that real-life Batmobiles started with the famous George Barris-customized Lincoln Futura that starred in the camp-tacular 1960s Batman TV series. But there was one officially-licensed Batmobile that had Barris beat by years, and now it's for sale.
It can't be possible. I refuse to believe it. But there are reports circling that the Batmobile has been stolen from the set of Batman Vs. Superman in Detroit.
Batman's director, Zach Snyder, has put the rumors to rest. This is the new Batmobile, and that sound you hear is the simultaneous bowel evacuation of the villains of Gotham.
Well, it's the Canadian Batmobile being pulled over, at least. This was shot on Saturday, in Woodbridge, Ontario, and it looks like it's the 1989 movie Batmobile, a fine choice for city driving. But why was the World's Greatest Detective pulled over?
This Batmobile bedspread, circa 1966, is one of the greatest licensed-merchandise items I've ever seen. Never before have I felt more of an urge to zoom into dreamland. The sales copy tells no lies: