The first ever Batman LEGO film debuted December 12, 2003. Created and directed by Jonathan Markiewitz of Markiewitz Film Entertainment, this film pays homage to the Tim Burton films in both appearance and music. The "Burton" design also influenced the Batmobile featured in the film, which was an excellent LEGO version of the "Keaton car."
Taking the LEGO Keaton car one step further, this "Batmissile" Batmobile was created to act just like the 1992 car. Just like the car in the movie, it can shed both sides to allow for narrow escapes!
This Batmobile also appeared in the promotional photos for Batman: Revenge, though the above car was the one that really got the workout in the film. In this case, the LEGO car was based on the later "Kilmer car," complete with an open "V" shaped roof fin.
The third Batmobile to appear in connection with Batman: Revenge was this car, based on the famous Batman TV series car. The LEGO model includes the twin-bubble canopies, signal beacon, rocket tubes, Bat-logos, and of course the red pinstriping.
In addition to the "real" Batmobiles that got the LEGO treatment thanks to Batman: Revenge, this version of the Batman: The Animated Series car was also built. Details from the grill & hood design back to the unique convex rear panel and central jet exhaust have all been captured here.
The "newest" LEGO Batmobile, from the creator of Batman: Revenge, is this model based on the "Tumbler" from the upcoming movie Batman Begins. The Tumbler is especially unique in that its armor plate design lends itself to a LEGO recreation better than many of the traditional cars.