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.
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…
As the Gumball 3000 commences the European leg of its 2014 tour, one car that generated a considerable amount of hype and press for the event is conspicuously absent: the Tumbler Batmobile replica. The car's inability to run in the rally has created a very public rift between its builders and the team running it.
26-year-old Li Weilei and friends have built a full-scale Tumbler Batmobile replica out of scrap metal at a warehouse in Shanghai. Doesn't look quite as off-road ready as the new batmobile, but apparently it was built for about 11 grand. Oh, and it can't actually move under its own power.
I don't know about you guys but I don't have much self control when it comes to awesome things that deserve to be purchased. Even if they don't do anything I can't help myself. See awesome, buy awesome. I assume the entire world operates like that too. So now I'm thinking about how many people are going to put…
Everyone on the Internet was up in arms over the Tumbler when photos of it hit the web back in 2004 or 2005 before Batman Begins came out. Now, after three movies of jumping rooftops, blowing stuff up and pancaking cop cars, it's considered one of the best Batmobiles ever.
Another year, another Gumball 3000 rally, where overly-entitled millionaires will dart from one end of a continent to another in their fancy, fancy supercars. This year will be unique because another famous rich dude will be making an appearance: Batman.
Every now and then, I find stuff on Craigslist that really throws me for a loop. Take this ad for a 1998 BMW 528i. Looks like a decent used car deal with the kinds of goodies we like on our BMWs — sport package, BBS wheels, manual transmission, sun roof, nice audio system and "no check engine light" on the dash.…
Next week, the long-awaited Batman finale The Dark Knight Rises will drop in theaters across America. Its box office revenues will likely rival the annual GDP of several small countries.
You won't see it on the big screen anytime soon, but when you take into account the fact one man built this unique vehicle on his own, it becomes impressive in its own way.
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.
Of all comic book fantasy vehicles, the Batmobile claims a special place among fans and car geeks alike, but few realize just how many variations there have been over the last 70 years. Here's every Batmobile ever drawn or built.
I've always seen Bruce Wayne as this guy who thinks he's hiding the world's deepest secret, but really, a penchant for muscle tees, bruises, bats and the color black blew his cover with the fine citizens of Gotham long ago.
This gentleman's just out for a leisurely drive in his Batmobile enjoying the sunshine with a fake Robin in the passenger seat. Nothing wrong here. And by nothing we mean everything, including the car it's based on below.
Society is crumbling and most of us live in cities, which means we're going to be fighting in urban jungles for scarce resources. With the help of our readers we've identified these ten best vehicles for urban warfare.
Hold onto your Batarangs kids, cause a fab-dork uber alles is selling plans for a mini-Tumbler. Now you can pretend to "build it for your kids" and then wear your Batman costume while driving it around the neighborhood.
Most everyone has seen the new Batmobile, known as the Tumbler, in action on the big screen. But not everyone knows what makes it tick. Sure, there was that one guy who made his own Tumbler single-handedly, but the rest of us may not have studied up on the Dark Knight's ride so extensively. How Stuff Works has put…
In the pantheon of awesome fan art, Bob Dullam holds a place of high regard after his work on a full scale, working Tumbler replica from the movies Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. Constructed in his two-car garage with little more than pictures and the extra features from the DVD, Bob has built for himself the…