The Karlmann King looks like a Batmobile cousin. A luxury Batmobile filled with everything you need for a lifestyle of the rich and famous road trip. Underneath you find the bones of a Ford Super Duty. Based on the size, the F-450 seems likely. Power comes from Ford's tried and true Triton V10. The best part is the price: roughly $3.5 million. Transcript: Let's just get this out of the way. This vehicle costs $3.5 million. This is the Karlmann King. It was created in Europe b
A street-legal Batmobile was built by super fan Zac Mihajlovic, who spent two years constructing an exact, 20-foot replica of the Dark Knight's ride from the 1989 film "Batman." He even went so far as to seek out parts from the original film car.
1985 Porsche 944 Batmobile Tribute – Click above for high-res image gallery
Most fans of the Dark Knight appreciated the overall tone of the latest film to feature Bruce Wayne and his alter ego, Batman. The emphasis on Wayne's transformation into the Caped Crusader gave Batman Begins a psychological edge and complexity that... oh, who am I kidding? It was the Tumbler that we all loved. Typically outrageous without being overly cartoonish, it was a reconfigurable warship on wheels. With a follow-up film on its way, it was inevitable that rumors about the newest
Beauty is truly in the eye of the beholder, and any automotive passion is usually OK in our books, but this is pushing things a bit, even for us. Someone took a perfectly nice Camaro SS and added a bunch of Batman adoration to create this Batmaro, a
If you ever wondered, like Jack Nicholson's Joker, where Batman got his wonderful toys, we may have found your answer. "Super Genius" Mark Shield created this bat-winged, torched tailed replica of the Batmobile used in the 1989 movie from a 1978 Corvette. Except for a $50,000 asking price and several cries "it's not a kit!", he remains tight-lipped on details.