With the recent appearance of the Dark Knight Rises in cinemas, one cannot help but get excited with the action, the adventure, and the thrill of seeing Batman fight against evil, using his wits and his utility belt, despite of not being endowed with super powers such as Superman or The Flash, his other cohorts in the DC Comics Realm. This is what makes him a one-of-a-kind hero. With his intellect and wealth, he was able to use unique vehicles such as the batplane, the batpod, and the classic batmobile. Come and see the top 10 batmobiles over the years and see how evolution, concept, and originality have been rated through time.
10. Batmobile (1973)
When Batman came out with the Superfriends in 1973, his batmobile was also included in the series where the concept was taken from the Batman Live Series with the 1955 Futura. However, it was all blue and simple.
9. Batmobile (2008)
Batman: The Brave and the Bold was able to bring back elements from the batmobiles of the past where old concepts of black and red lines, the batman face on the hood, and the modern touch of current mobiles with lines and edges have been combined, making a great masterpiece in the animated series.
8. Batmobile (1992)
The batmobile from Batman: The Animated Series is also garnering quite the praise from many Batman fans because of sleek lines, dimensions, and consistency of the vehicle from the real thing. It may be quite lengthy, but you know that there is something more to the car than just the looks.
7. Batmobile (2005)
Alex Ross was able to create one of the most exquisite batmobiles to be known in DC Comicdom, even if there have been information that the concept has a touch of pre-World War II appearance. It can be seen that the design has a touch of Batman Returns and Batman Forever with lesser details, more curves, and fewer lines.
6. Batmobile (2011)
When the Batman: Noel comic short was created as a twist of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”, it was never expected that a Lamborghini Ankonian lookalike would grab the attention of readers and batmobile enthusiasts alike. In fact, there have been rumors spreading around that this could be the next vehicle to be used in the main circulation.
5. Batmobile (2012)
Why is the batmobile in the latest movie not on the number one spot? Well, you need to remember that while this is the last of the Dark Knight saga, the timeframe exists where Batman was on his quest of establishing himself, being Gotham City’s superhero. The souped-up custom Lamborghini Aventador was more to keep the essence of the cars in the first two sequels while keeping things up to date for viewers.
4. Batmobile (1995)
The batmobile of Batman Forever was less loved because it was more of speed, exterior appearance, and lighting where essential elements such as utilities are less given detail. Nevertheless, this mobile took one credit of being lightweight, fast, and more of a chick magnet.
3. Batmobile (1989)
Known to be one of the best batmobiles that was ever introduced in the movies, Batman and Batman Returns presented a vehicle that took out the imagination of the many fans that have tracked the series during comic book days. This was one of those cars that have been fully utilized for street warfare where bombs, machine guns, grappling hooks, and batmissiles come in handy.
2. Batmobile (1997)
When it comes to staying in the tradition, the batmobile featured in Batman & Robin in 1997 has hit every spot, where it presents the comic factor while making things believable and real. The T-axis design helps make 90-degree turns in full agility, it has an afterburner just like the classics, and it even kept batsymbols in the treads.
1. Batmobile (1966)
Have you remembered the dynamic duo running in spandex and punching villains with comic-like sound effects that include Kapow, Kablam, and Swoosh? This was the era when the batmobile was perfectly created and conceptualized, being a model to succeeding vehicles many years after. It was based from the 1955 Lincoln Futura. When you talk of the real batmobile, this car would always come to mind among Batman fans as it comes with the most number of features, gadgets, and other considerable contraptions!