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Batmobile (band). For the European Touring Car Championship racing car of the 1970s, see BMW E9.
Engine: 390 in³, V-8 (so-called "atomic turbine")
Transmission: B&M Hydro Automatic (2nd transmission)
Curb weight: 5500 lb
Wheelbase: 126 in
Length: 226 in
Width: 90 in
An early depiction of the Batmobile.
First appearance Detective Comics #27 (May 1939)
In story information
Element of stories featuring Batman The body is made from a vacuum-bagged high-temperature epoxy fiberglass laminate. The wheelbase is 118 inches (3.0 m), the average car wheelbase measures around 103 (USDOT Data 1980–2000) inches. In all, its size was 7.62 m long and 3.20 m high. Carbon fiber was used to build the body of this particular Batmobile. The specifications for the Batmobile in this film are:
Length: 7.62 m
Width: 94.4 in
Height: 3.20 m
Maximum Speed:330 mph with booster
Engine: Off-road running engine
Wheelbase: 118 in
The Batmobile is the automobile of DC Comics superhero Batman.
the vehicle was simply referred to as "his car". It soon began featuring an increasingly prominent bat motif, typically including distinctive wing-shaped tailfins. quickly introduced into the Batman comic books. But the high camp and general silliness of the television show did not sit well with long-time Batman comic book fans. So, when the series was canceled in 1968, the comic books reacted by becoming darker and more serious, including having Batman abandon that Batmobile. Its replacement for a number of years was a much simpler model with a stylized bat's head silhouette decal on the hood being the only decoration of note. The tank-like vehicle appears to take up two lanes of traffic on a normal road, evidenced when returning from Batman's initial fight with the leader of the Mutants, and thus is too big for normal land travel around Gotham. In the scenes prior to Batman's last stand with the Joker, Batman uses a motorcycle to traverse the city, using the tank again after the attempted nuclear strike and fires in Gotham.
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