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Tim Burton’s live-action films Batman (1989) and Batman Returns (1992) presented a version of the Batmobile, which reflected those films’ Art Deco version of Gotham City.
PBR, Unwrapped game Ready version.
This is not a 3D printable version, but you can fin a free one in thingverse.
The car was designed by conceptual illustrator Julian Caldow who also designed the Batwing. The body of the car was sculpted by Keith Short in collaboration with Eddie Butler. It was long, low and sleek, and was built on a Chevrolet Impala chassis. The back of the Batmobile resembles the back of the Fiat Turbina, which was a gas-turbine concept from the 1950s. One of the two screen-used Batmobiles is now housed at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. The other is kept in a garage at Jon Peters’ Malibu home.