Over the years, there have quite a few Batmobiles, with the vehicle changing whenever a new director helmed the franchise.
For instance, here’s the Batmobile that appeared in the Tim Burton film.
The next version is Joel Schumacher’s. It’s a bit garish though there’s no denying that it’s a dynamic-looking vehicle. Schumacher, if I recall, did at least two Batman films, with a slightly different Batmobile in each.
And finally, the Christopher Nolan version of the Batmobile, also known as the Tumbler. Its origins are more military-based than the other vehicles, and it shows.
As popular as the Nolan films have been, I prefer the model that was unveiled in Tim Burton’s 1979 film. And if you feel the same as I do, and have over $154,413 (£90,000) to spare (which I definitely don’t), you can have your very own Batmobile.
Thanks to Carbuzz for the heads up.