Finally, something to do with the extra 65K you've got lying around.
Whether or not you're a fan of his music, there is simply no way you can deny the power and glory of Justin Beiber's new custom Batmobile.
Got a spare $620,000 burning a hole in your pocket? May I suggest this spectacular recreation of the 1989 Michael Keaton version of the Batmobile, which is actually more authentic than the car used in the movie.
Hey, even superheroes need to break outta the tights and pop it on the dance floor every once in a while. If you're with Batman's crew, you know the regular Batmobile won't fit all those drinks and friends. For those crazy nights, the Batlimo is just the right car for the job.
Casey Putsch is one helluva Batman fan. Last week, we reminisced about 14 iconic Batmobiles, but Putsch's turbine-powered Batmobile easily takes the cake as one of the best superhero car mods we've ever seen. Tossing in an iPad as its avionics and GPS systems is just icing and a cherry on top.
When you're a self-made superhero like Bruce Wayne's alter ego, Batman, fighting crime is tough without any real super powers. In fact, if Wayne wasn't such a super rich billionaire playboy with boatloads of money to spare investing and building high-tech gadgetry, he'd be pretty dead trying to fight off Gotham's sinister baddies. In honor of DVICE's "Superhero Week" ahead of the premiere of Syfy's new show, Alphas, we've hopped in a time machine to revisit what we think are 14 of Batman's greatest Batmobiles of all times. Follow us through as we celebrate the Dark Knight's sweet rides from the last 70 years.
74-year-old retired construction worker Brian Vann looks pretty silly wearing a Batman costume. Any of us would. He figured out a way to get beyond that, though: he turned his scooter into — wait for it — a Bat-Scooter. Now he's looking Bat-tastic!
Most of the Batmobiles the Dark Knight drives are crazy flights of fancy that could never exist in real life, so it's interesting that the Batman people went to a legendary designer of real race cars for the latest in Batmobile technology.
Mark Racop spends his days creating incredibly accurate, drivable replicas of the Batmobile from the 1966 Batman movie and series. Officially licensed and lovingly detailed, they're the ultimate object of lust for old-school Batman fans.
An industrious Swede spent 20,000 hours putting together this full-sized Batmobile replica. Built on a 1973 Lincoln Continental chassis, it's loaded with gadgetry, including machine guns, video cameras to see behind you, height-adjustable bodywork, and there's even a plasma TV...