The original Batmobile from Adam West’s classic television show and the 1966 movie.
“The Keaton Batmobile” was introduced in Tim Burton’s remake in 1989. It made a follow-up performance three year’s later in 1992’s Batman Returns.
Joel Schumacher’s Batman Forever revamped the Dark Knight’s wheels for Val Kilmer’s take on the world’s greatest detective.
We’d all like to forget the franchise killer that was 1997’s Batman & Robin, but sadly this ride remains a part of Dark Knight history.
Saving the best for last, this bad-ass Batmobile (aka the Tumbler) has become a staple of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy.
Check out additional photos along with Batmobile specs here.
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