A new book, BATMOBILE: The Complete History, goes under the hood and charts the evolution of the caped crusader’s trusted vehicle
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Anoton Furst's design wasn't built on a Corvette chassis.Many people assume it was because it superficially has the same coke-bottle-waist shape, forgetting that it's an entirely new body. It was built using a stretched Chevrolet Impala chassis (in fact 2 Impalas grafted together)
I think my favorite thing about the Tumbler is that it's purpose-built, with a back story to make it believable. Who wouldn't love a vehicle put together specifically to jump things and blow them up?
I drive a Volvo, and I think their sales would be much higher if Volvo's cars blew stuff up and jumped things.
Eight years on, a new terrorist leader, Bane, overwhelms Gotham's finest, and the Dark Knight resurfaces to protect a city that has branded him an enemy. Watch The Dark Knight Rises 2012 Full Movie Online
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The batmobile as in batman returns who did not want that as a child?......and maybe as an adult....... / Martin Engegren
The Batman Forever section of the article seems to have been copied from Wikipedia