I think they’re all iconic. It just depends what age you were when you saw them. It’s your Batmobile that was the first one you saw.
By Joseph Hughes.Warner Bros. is giving Comic-Con attendees and fans of the various Batman franchises a special treat this year. For the first time ever, all six Batmobiles are on display together at the show, from Adam West’s 1955 Lincoln Futura to the Tumbler from the Dark Knight trilogy.
Initially made popular by the cult classic 1960s Batman television series, the Batmobile has become nearly as recognizable with casual fans as Batman himself. With all six being on display together, it’s easier than ever for fans to come together and continue the “Which Batmobile is the Coolest” debate (Hint: It’s not either of the Joel Schumacher versions).
1969 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am.
The Legendary DeLorean DMC is back and it’s all electric!
It’s honestly back to the future; retro car with future tech.
Did you know? — On this day 98 years ago, Henry Ford rolled out the very first moving assembly line to create automobiles.
To honor Ford, let’s take a look at one of his most beloved cars of all time: the Mustang. Production of the Mustang began in March, 1964; the new car was introduced to the public on April 17, 1964, at the New York World’s Fair in Queens, and quickly became both an icon and one of the most successful car models in automotive history
(see more — American Classic: Ford Mustang)
I promise myself that I will eventually buy this car and ride it for all eternity.