Every comic movie fan know about the famous Batmobile. In Batman’s movie and videogame of DC comics universe, different types of Batmobile is used. Batmobile have its own specific design and specifications. well there also an animated Batmobile used in Videogames.
All the Batmobiles are Categorized here from oldest to newest. Let see…
1) Batmobile (The Original), 1966
This Batmobile is driven by Adam West in 1966 Batman Movie. A thing of beauty, with great coloring and a general car-like appearance. It’s also decked out with great pun-tastic gadgets like the “Bat-tering Ram” and “Emergency Tire Inflator”.
2) Batman & Batman Returns (The Keaton Mobile), 1989 & 1992
This thing is just so wonderfully and I love it. It’s fairly sleek and amazing, so far as big screen Batmobiles go, with an incredibly cool Artistic design to reflect the overall aesthetic of Tim Burton’s Gotham City. Although it makes no sense as an actual vehicle – there’s no way you could maneuver around the city in that thing . It does have some impressive amenities, including grappling hook launchers, an after-burner, voice-activated shields, and more.
3) Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (The Animated Mobile), 1993
The animated Batmobile mostly resembles the one from the Tim Burton movies, although it’s simpler and removed of any of the weirdness. That lack of weirdness puts it a bit lower on this list for me, but it’s still a fantastic Art Deco design overall.
4) Batman Forever (The Kilmer Mobile), 1995
The Kilmer Mobile. This Batmobile appears in “Batman Forever” movie. This was the first departure in the ‘90s movies from the Batmobile design of Batman ’89 and Batman Returns, and it’s also hands down the ugliest. It’s flashier and more colorful than its predecessors. This Batmobile is the worst of the worst because it’s just a poorly designed, garish monstrosity. Basically, it looks exactly like a plastic toy, and that’s probably because it was designed to be a plastic toy, first and foremost.
5) Batman and Robin (The Clooney Mobile), 1997
Despite being the worst of the movies, Batman and Robin’s Batmobile was a big improvement over the Kilmer Mobile. While it’s a bit busy in some area and there are certainly elements of toyification, its overall old-fashioned design is pretty solid.
6) Batman Begins & The Dark Knight (The Tumbler), 2005 & 2008
The Tumbler is probably the most active/useful of all the Batmobiles so far. It’s basically a tank with more mobility, and it can “boost into a rampless jump” – across rivers, onto rooftops, etc. In The Dark Knight, after the Joker severely damages the Tumbler with an RPG, we see Batman eject from it on the Batpod (“a motorcycle formed by the front wheels and struts of the Tumbler”), which goes on to feature prominently in The Dark Knight Rises.
7) Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice & Suicide Squad (The Batfleck Mobile), 2016
This Batmobile will factor into the upcoming movies – since they’re not out yet and all but purely on the basis of appearance, it’s a definite improvement over the Tumbler. It actually looks like a car instead of a grumpy Transformer face.
Data Courtesy from Forbes.com