While many of the chase scenes in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight may have looked larger than life, some were actually quite a bit smaller. Take a look at the model mobiles that sped and smashed through the streets of Gotham.
This is a one-off Juke Nismo with a Batman projection on its roof. Seriously. Also, the title of this press release was so good, I just had to go with it for the headline.
No longer content simply driving over rooftops in his car, Batman takes his war against crime to the air in The Dark Knight Rises with his baddest vehicle yet: a heli-tank his gadgetmaster Lucius Fox dubs "The Bat."
Lenny Robinson, who may be better known as the mysterious Lamborghini Batman, brings joy to countless children each year when he goes to Virginia area hospitals in full Batman gear and visits with some very sick kids.
Truck nutz are one of the most asinine things to be found anywhere, and there are many people who would argue that the Toyota Prius is equally worthless (although some would resolutely disagree).
We now know the name of the first American to take delivery of a new Lamborghini Aventador: Bruce Wayne. Those rich Gotham industrialists with troubled pasts and spelunking hobbies always get the best toys.
Three camouflaged copies of the latest version of the "Tumbler" — the Batmobile from the past two Batman movies — were being driven this weekend around Pittsburgh for filming of the third installment, "The Dark Knight Rises." The best part? There's video. Lots of it.