Batman Car Accessories
A set of Batman car accessories is perfect for those who love Batman. The car seat covers will bring the Batman vibe to your ride while keeping your seats protected from spills and stains. The phone mounts will keep your phone secure and won’t fall off while driving.
The original Batmobile featured a single windshield and raised bat-fins. The car’s underside was painted light blue to conceal the chassis. It also contained a motorized panel with a Bat-winch. The interior of the Batmobile featured cockpit seating in red and a dashboard panel with bat accents.
The Batmobile has many features that make it useful in crime fighting. It can summon police and open doors to find jet fuel. The Batmobile was also featured in an OnStar advertisement, which allowed it to call Gotham characters, locate the nearest jet fuel station, and even unlock doors. It was also featured in the Looney Tunes film, Back in Action. Daffy Duck drove the Tim Burton Batmobile to the Warner Bros. studio lot!
The Batmobile has appeared in a number of other publications. Mego’s 1977 original version was made to fit two eight inch action figures. In 2010, Figures Toy Company created a replica of the Batmobile to go with their World’s Greatest Heroes collection. Kenner’s Super Powers Collection also featured the Batmobile. It was designed to allow two figures to sit in it and had a trap claw in the back. It even had its own magazine, Eaglemoss’ The Batmobile Magazine.
In the episode “Jason Todd”, the Batmobile is briefly seen. John Gallagher was the concept artist who designed the Batmobile. He provided the visual effects company Encore VFX with over 30 designs, which they narrowed down to the final design. The Batmobile’s design evolved over the course of the series. Its hood ornament was first seen in Batman #5 (March 1941).
The Batmobile had many features that made it an excellent choice for crimefighting. The cockpit had a rear-view monitor, system diagnostics display and a custom gauge cluster. This car had a grappling hook, and was able to make sharp turns. Other features include a super hydraulic and Batdisc ejector.
The Batmobile can be converted into the Batmissile for Batman’s use. Its broken side walls and retractable wheels enable it to squeeze through narrow alleyways. The Batmobile has a voice command system and a video link system. It is the most versatile of Batman’s vehicles. The Batmobile must be repaired before it is allowed to be used in its Batmissile mode.