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Some interesting facts about 1989 Batmobile

 I dreamed of this car in my childhood. Honestly, I was ready to sell my soul to Devil at least for a plastic toy copy of this legendary vehicle made of fake chinese LEGO’s. This car might be not as popular as Delorean form Back to the Future Franchise, James Bond’s Aston Martin or original Batmobile from 60’s. Nevertheless, I’m sure that Tim Burton’s Batmobile is one and only iconic movie vehicle for the whole generation of millenials like me.


  1. Before reading this, you should take into account that the Batmobile is not a real car. The speed that we are going to state is not the real speed that the Batman’s vehicle could reach. Nevertheless, in the Burton’s films about Batman, the maximum speed of the Batmobile evidently was 530 km/h with the usage of the boosters. It could also go from 0-100 km/h in 3.7 seconds, which sounds not so surprising for a car that can go faster than any supercar has ever gone.
  2. Another curious moment is that the hero calls his Batmobile either “car” or “Batmobile”. No other terms apply to this vehicle from the 1989 movie “Batman”.
  3. The Batmobile Cocoon armor is heavy armor that can be deployed while the vehicle is stationary (it is called the “Cocoon Mode”). This armor is stronger than the regular Batmobile trim, and can stop even the most destroying weapon. For scenes when the Cocoon armor was applied in the 1989 Batman movie, a full-size vehicle model was created, and the animation was provided with the technology of stop motion. In ‘Batman’s Returns’ movie, armor design was more subtle, and special effects were achieved using computer-made images, rather than using the graphics of stopped motion.
  4. It is hard to believe, but in both Tim Burton’s Batman movies, each gadget at the Batmobile was functional, except for the above described “Cocoon” mode. However, the afterburner could work for only 15 seconds due to the amount of fuel consumed, but still it was functioning. It really was a miracle of automotive engineering, especially for cinematography, that is one of the reasons, why Tim Burton’s Batmobile is so iconic and memorable.


Batmobile is one of the most famous cars in the movies. Many fans dream of having the same car. The evidence of this fact is Zac Mihajlovic from Camden, Australia, who built the functioning model of the Batman car from the 1989 film. This person not only drives the Batmobile, but also likes to surprise children, by wearing a superhero costume. Using the car is legal: it has license plates and there are no built-in weapons.

Exotic Places To Visit In USA

Driving an exotic car from an exotic car rental matches a perfect getaway to one of the places around the United States of America with the family – perfect way to picture an amusing travel.

Here we listed TOP 5 Exotic Places that you might want to come and visit in the USA:


1. Key West, Florida

Definitely known for its peoples’ hospitality making it a most popular vacation destination in the USA. Considering its location, Key West is a cruise ship stop making it more accessible for people to enjoy and explore. This place is most famous for its wildlife and tons of beaches where in fact, known for its astonishing coral reefs. Moreover, Key West Florida is where you can truly enjoy snorkeling and diving. You can easily get there from Four Lauderdale by car using Enterprise Fort Lauderdale airport.

2. Frankenmuth, Michigan

First on the list is Frankenmuth in Michigan that is a place famous for its Bavarian-style architecture. In most establishments, houses, and building, the German style of architecture is very evident. This architectural beauty is known for its remarkable ‘X’ patterns in windows and doors. Even with friends and family, Frankenmuth is a great place to unwind and refresh. Along with that, Frankenmuth highlights the German root in the city through the Frankenmuth Historical Museum. It highlights Michigan’s military Heroes Museums which showcases Medals of Honor and military equipment. Apart from its rich historical culture, families can also enjoy amazing festivals, indoor waterparks, and shopping destinations.

3. Saint Augustine, Florida

Founded in 1565, this city has a very rich history way back its Spanish era was proven by its architectural landmarks. St. Augustine is considered to be the oldest city in the USA located in the northeast coast of Florida. Other than that, this city is also known for its stunning beaches, Crescent Beach and St. Augustine Beach. Visitors can also enjoy museums rich in the oldest city’s legacy like Castillo de San Marcos built in the 17th century. Kids may also enjoy at the Anastasia State Park which caters the wildlife and nature.

4. Olympic National Park, Washington

Just a quick pass between a rainforest and an alpine region, you can get a hold of the beauty of one of the natural wonders in the USA. Located in Washington’s Olympic Peninsula in the Pacific Northwest, catering a wonderful beach in just a bit of land. More than that, Olympic National Park is being surrounded by several astonishing ecologies like the peaks of the Olympic Mountain with a truly rich rainforest and Mt. Olympus’ iced summit that is very much popular to numerous climbers.

5. Culebra, Puerto Rico

Serenity is just the perfect word to fit for the island of Culebra in Puerto Rico. If looking for an exciting and relaxing family vacation, Culebra is a perfect exotic place to take a peek. It is quite a small island that has amazing beaches in the Northwest just like Flamenco Beach which has an exquisitely beautiful crescent white sand and turquoise water that is totally worth the visit. If the sunset is what your family wishes to enjoy, then a dramatic scenery of sunsets is what’s waiting for you down South, in Punta Melones Beach. Lastly, just near Flamenco Beach is Tamarindo beach that caters a sea enriched with a beautiful marine wildlife.


Rent the exotic, own the adventure. If looking for a truly bizarre journey and vacation, enjoy exotic car rentals and drive all around the U.S. with the family to witness its beauty waiting to be explored.

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