It's been Ben Affleck-sized.
This new ride is exactly the kind of thing Bruce Wayne would have built if he went into toy design instead of crimefighting.
Chevy adds Batman to its latest Real People, Not Actors ad. The focus group's reaction to the Lego Batmobile isn't what the caped crusader had in mind.
The sheer size is amazing.
The latest season of Jay Leno's Garage kicks off on CNBC. The first episode will feature none other than the latest Batmobile from Batman v Superman.
Say what you will about Gumball events, but they do have a way of attracting some seriously impressive machinery. For this year's race, there's a Batmobile.
The Supreme Court declined to hear a case to decide whether the Batmobile has copyright protection, which upholds an appeals court ruling that it does. You need DC Comics' permission to sell the Caped Crusader's ride.
Batman gets to keep his Batmobile because the US Circuit Court of Appeals is upholding an earlier ruling banning the sale of replicas without permission from the copyright holders.
A new Batmobile will shuttle Batman to and fro as he faces what must be his most challenging opponent yet: Superman. We've yet to see Batman's latest set of wheels is truly capable of, but we can at least see what it looks like moving under its own power.
A British team called "You Gotham Be Kidding Me" built this life-size Lego Batmobile for the Red Bull soapbox race in London this weekend, complete with giant fins, connecting nubbins, and matching costumes.
YouTube graces us with 32 seconds of B-roll footage of the new Batmobile from the Batman vs. Superman movie.
Not only is this a realistic small-scale Batmobile replica, complete with working lights, an opening canopy and a little Bat Signal emitted from the rear jet turbine, it also appears to provide at least a modicum of protection to your brand-new iPhone 6.
When we think of the original Batmobile, George Barris is the name that comes up almost as soon as Adam West, nevermind that there was a Batman television show nearly a decade before that famous pairing. It's time to rewrite the file, though, so that we think of Forrest Robinson and All-Star Dairy anytime the phrase "original Batmobile" comes up.
For over a decade now, the Car Classic at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena has been a mainstay of Southern California car culture. It's the kind of event where you might see a Duesenberg alongside a Porsche 917 racer, a classic Ford Mustang fastback, a gullwinged Mercedes-Benz 300SL and a McLaren P1, all on the same lot.
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.
A new Batmobile is on the way for the upcoming film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and it blends the military styling of the one in the Dark Knight trilogy with some of the sleekness from the version in the '89 Tim Burton movie. With a new model imminent, it's a perfect time to honor three of the most famous shapes for the Caped Crusader's ride, and a group called The Piano Guys are doing just that in a new music video featuring a medley of Batman theme tunes played on a cello and piano.