Photo credit: Encho Enchev
Batman’s Batmobile made its first official appearance in Detective Comics #27 (May 1939), where it appeared to just be a normal-looking red vehicle. Since then, there have been dozens of different variations, but all of them have a prominent bat motif, typically in the form of wing-shaped tailfins. It has evolved to being the most technologically advanced crime-fighting asset in Batman’s arsenal. Automotive designer Encho Enchev puts his own creative twist on the Batmobile, with many supercar influences.
In movies, comics, and television shows, the Batmobile has been shown to have many uses. These would include vehicular pursuit, prisoner transport, riot control, a mobile crime lab and even anti-tank warfare. Some versions have individually articulated wheel mounts and capable of being autonomously driven or remotely operated. Encho Enchev’s version keeps the iconic tailfins and armor, but adds some style to the classic design as well.
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