Batman’s Hot Rod Batmobile

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Batman’s Batmobiles have always been a hot commodity. Every time a new director readies their adaptation of the Caped Crusader, one of the most exciting questions for the film is, “What will the Batmobile look like?”

If you liked the original 1966 Batmobile based on the Lincoln Future concept, you are sure to appreciate this Hot Rod Batmobile. Sporting that retro inspired silhouette, this 2 seater is drenched in black with contrasting red accents found throughout, including the red Bat symbol stamped on the door. The Batwing coming off the roof will let everyone know that Gotham City’s protector is on his way. The design was created by Mark La Frenais.

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