Batman always been known for his choice of vehicles since the beginning. He has even left the Joker impressed with his “toys” in the 1989 Batman film. It’s true, Batman is certainly a character defined by his gadgets and inventions. Over the years, we’ve seen various changes in his costumes and chariot. This often leads to a debate; which Batmobie is the best?
Well, to answer this, today we will tell you about 6 Best Batmobiles:

6. Dark Knight Returns

This was a tank like Batmobile which seemed like an original idea and the design was actually really good.
Dark Knight Returns shows a world which is leading itself towards hell and only Batman can save it and the tank like Batmobile reinforces his intentions.

5. All-Star Dairy

If you’re nerdy enough and have been to conventions, chances are that you’ve seen this already. A Batmobile in real sets the publicity high for DC and makes Batman look more real and relatable. And well, this did happen back in 1963 with All-Star Dairy Batmobile.
It’s the first custom car which depicts the one used by Adam West and was restored and modified to be a touring Batmobile. Nice marketing, I must say!

4. Arkham Asylum

This video game along with its sequel was really good and despite its darker character design, the creators did nothing wrong with its Batmobile.
This is basically what you get after you convert Batman: The Animated series into a live action movie! Awesome design, totally.

3. Batman 1966

This comes with atomic batteries to power and turbines to speed it up. It was driven by Adam West in the original Batman show and looks bright and certainly beautiful.
This style has inspired various other Batmobiles in the future and there’s a logo on its door and wheels which make it a treat to one’s eyes.

2. 1989 Batman

This was by used by Tim Burton and this changed the entire idea of Batmobiles. It was muted black with flashes of colour and it looked like a stretching cat.
It was a beautiful design and has been echoed again and again.

1. The Animated Series

This design was absolutely iconic and was a mashup of genres. It didn’t look like just a cartoon design but it’s tech made it more modern and futuristic and the design made it fit into the two aesthetics. The design was stretched and had curves and well, might have been based on 1989 but stands out as an icon of its own.

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