- "Quick! Robin, to the Batmobile!"
Gadgets and EquipmentEdit
- Bat-glove Compartment
- Infrared Bat-dust (glows in light and in dark, but only visible when viewed through the Batmobile's specially tinted windshield)
- Emergency Bat-turn Lever (releases the Batmobile's parachute that enables quick turns)
- Bat-deflector (diverts a criminal tracking signal, leading them to a miniature Batcave in the middle of nowhere)
- Bat-ray (can do many things, such as open van doors)
- Super-powered Bat-magnet (for opening steel doors from a distance)
- Odor Sensitometer Radar Circuit (puts a certain scent on the radar screen)
- Ultrasonic Recorder (also records regular sounds)
- Batmobile Parachute Pickup Service Signal (calls forementioned service to pick the Batmobile's parachute off the city street)
- Emergency Bat-trunk Lock
- Bat-zooka (can fire explosive blasts, or is used to fire bat-ropes to tops of very tall buildings)
- Anti Mechanical Bat-ray (renders mechanical apparati useless)
- Bat-tering Ram (also known as the Bat-ram, used for knocking down reinforced doors)
- Library Paste Bat-dissolving Switch
- Bat-safety Belt
- Bat-alert Buzzer (in all Bruce's cars, indicates when the Batphone in the Batcave is ringing)
- Bat-scope (tv screen that can be used to monitor someone's movements)
- Anti-theft Activator (can be disguised as the Start button, fires fireworks from the car)
- Anti-fire Activator (fills Batmobile with extinguishing foam)
- Bat-ray Projector (fires blue ray from headlights that shut down a car's ignition)
- Hidden Bat-laser Beam
- Homing Receiver Scope
- Inflatable Batmobile (kept in Batmobile for use as a decoy)
- Mobile Batphone
- Bat-chutes - Parachutes used to stop the car in a hurry.
- Bat-turn - A device that allows the Batmobile to make a 360 degree turn.
- Emergency Automatic Bat-tire Inflater
- In one episode the Batmobile was stolen by the Penguin and it became The Birdmobile.
- Corgi produced two models of the Batmobile in the 1960s, a standard one and a Corgi Juniors one. Both are now highly collectable.
- Hot Wheels produced a 1:18th scale Batmobile in 2008,they also released a 1:50th that same year.
- Hot Wheels also produced a 1:64th scale in 2007, which is rated by Hollywood Diecast.com as the #1 best diecast star car ever made.
- In Ready Player One, the 1966 Batmobile was seen in the Race for the Copper Key.
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