Batmobile Concept

Apr 8, 2016

Category: Rides

The Batmobile has gone through almost countless revisions since it first appeared in the 1939 Detective Comics. From looking both totally kitsch with silly windshields and exaggerated body, to a high tech piece of military equipment in the more recent films – it has covered nearly every design base possible. There is always room for improvement, though, as Bulgarian designer Encho Enchev has pointed out with his Batmobile Concept.

Looking like a cross between a super-car and the Nolan trilogy tank, this thing comes equipped with tires taller than the body of the car itself, and with a couple of big cannons hooked to its side to take out Gotham’s most terrifying villains. In short, the thing is a fighter jet on wheels. Now we just have to make sure the next Batman movie is as good as this design.

Batmobile Concept 1

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Batmobile Concept 4

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