If Batman hasn't gotten enough respect in the dark streets of Gotham City, then he will most definitely get it now.
'The Dark Knight' has been gotten a new Batmobile, and this time it is actually good for the environment.
The car is built in pure carbon fiber and powered by a hydrogen fuel cell. Therefore, it can call itself Co2 neutral. However, an afterburner has been installed in the back, so Batman can still make a proper entrance in front of criminal gangs.
The cabin is built with two longitudinal seats, so there is room for Robin. In addition, the car has a radar jammer, a laser system and hooks to shoot out.
The man behind the car's design is called Gordon Murray, and that is a name that people with gasoline in their blood will recognize. He is also behind one of the most prominent super cars; the McLaren F1.
Murray has after his success with the super car used a some of his time on a city car project, and now he can also call himself the creator of a Batmobile.
The car will be in the so-called 'Batman Live' theatrical show, currently touring England. Whether it also gets a spot in the next film in the Batman series is still uncertain.