Lego and Chevrolet garnered headlines in January when they unveiled a life-size model of the Batmobile at the Detroit Auto Show. Of course, this Batmobile was made entirely out of Lego and was only made to promote the Lego Batman movie. But still, seeing a massive and seemingly real Batmobile got us thinking about other real life cars that Batman would have in his collection. After all, Bruce Wayne would have the financial means to own any car he fancied. So in the real world, what rides would suit Batman? Here’s a list of real cars that the Caped Crusader would likely have in his collection.
We’ll start with the obvious and offer up the Hummer. Of course, it would be black and likely armor plated. But this durable and multi-purpose vehicle (which was first developed by the U.S. military for combat use) would likely suit Batman just fine. After all, it would be perfect for breaking down gates, crashing through walls, and generally inserting Batman into dangerous situations. Plus, the Hummer comes with all-wheel drive, can go over a wide variety of surfaces and has ample seating and cool features such as climate control and Bluetooth. Really, what is a Hummer but a traveling fortress on wheels, right? And most people who see this vehicle in the parking lot of their local Costco find it intimidating, so it would seem like a natural for Batman to use it when fighting crime. Mount a flamethrower on the roof of this baby and you’re good to go.