Last night, in reaction to many of the leaked photos of the Batmobile from the upcoming Dawn of Justice movie, director Zack Snyder revealed the “real” Batmobile.

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The image was released via Snyder’s Twitter account.

Some have already commented on the guns on the front looking a bit ridiculous, but no less ridiculous than what we have seen before.



Everything looks good so far, and it is a nice mash between the Nolan-verse and everything that Tim Burton did all those years ago.  Still, I think this is the best Batmobile of all time:



Time for your feedback! That’s what the comment section is for, after all.



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  1. Derek
    September 11, 2014 at 8:17 am — Reply

    It looks like a cross between the tumbler and the batmobile that I believe was in the early new 52 run of batman and robin. It’s ok…I have to agree, Batman TAS has my favorite batmobile.

  2. Doctor Dinosaur
    September 11, 2014 at 8:42 am — Reply

    While the BTAS-mobile is also a favourite of mine, that is one plastic looking replica.
    The real one obviously would be a full on noir diesel bastard and slick steel monstrosity.
    Blacker than black, no glare or shine to it. Absorbing all light. Built out of locomotive and tank parts from the great war.

    Back on point…

    However the Bat V Supes movie turns out, that is one sexy Batmobile. Much more car than the tumbler but also sufficiently solid enough looking that you’d buy it as being used as an urban warfare machine by THE BAT-MAN. Looks agile as well.

  3. Malone_hasco
    September 11, 2014 at 9:17 am — Reply

    Never been a big fan of these military tanks they call Batmobiles nowadays. Somehow I dont think it fits a spirit of Batman to use these big, heavy APCs with zero subtlety. Hes always about precision, stealth and such, yet uses tank as a transport, really? They dont look that “Bat” either, painting it black doesnt count.

    • September 12, 2014 at 11:15 am — Reply

      Some people I know made the argument that the tanks are bullet proof and resistant to whatever villains might throw at it, but I like to point out that there are other vehicles that, properly outfitted, could do nearly the same things. So unless we’re talking about a post-apocalyptic war zone Gotham, I don’t really see how a Bat-Tank is a Batmobile.

      Personally, I’d like to see something that is a cross between B:TAS and the 1940’s Batmobile designs.

  4. September 11, 2014 at 10:21 am — Reply

    I can’t even tell what it is. Why can’t he drive Corvette? Why does he need a roving Metroplex (from Transformers) looking vehicle.

  5. Gary
    September 11, 2014 at 10:31 am — Reply

    It’s going to totally depend on the feel of the movie. It’s looking more tank-like than previous iterations. But, maybe Batman needs a tank?

  6. b003
    September 12, 2014 at 8:34 pm — Reply

    Never been a fan on the Burtonmobile. The original Futura and Tumbler and may this one when I see it in action.

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