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The Batman Director Shares First Look At Robert Pattinsons Sharp New Batsuit


Following months of anticipation, director Matt Reeves (Cloverfield, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes) has finally lifted the veil on his new film The Batman, offering our first look at Robert Pattinson decked out as the Caped Crusader.




The Batman director shares first look at Robert Pattinson’s sharp new batsuit


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2022\u2019s The Batman offers a fresh take on the Caped Crusader. Robert Pattinson plays a Bruce Wayne who is a retired street racer turned vigilante crimefighter. It\u2019s no surprise that a second-generation Dodge Charger (1968-1970) is the origins of the highly-modified new batmobile.\n\n\n\nWhat kind of car is the new batmobile?\n\n\n\nThe new batmobile\u2019s swooping widebody kit gives it the nose of an oversized Camaro and the fenders of a Stingray. But don\u2019t let Bruce Wayne\u2019s modifications fool you: Batman\u2019s new ride started as a second-generation (1968-70) Dodge Charger.\n\n\n\nRobert Pattinson\u2019s Batman and his Charger batmobile Warner Bros via Matt Reeves\u2019 Twitter\n\n\n\n\n\nBruce Wayne riveted a flowing widebody kit onto his old Dodge Charger. In addition, he hacked out the trunk to convert it into a rear-engine car. He also welded some kind of battering ram over the grille. The car\u2019s resulting front end slopes forward, its tail slopes back. The vehicle even ends in two sharp, batwing-like points.\n\n\n\nThe roofline and C-pillars of the new batmobile are unmistakably leftover from a 1968-1970 Dodge Charger.\n\n\n\nIt is nearly impossible to see the original car beneath this new batmobile. But the angles of the front windshield and C-pillars are unmistakably MOPAR. And these are some of the only unmodified bits of metal left on the car.\n\n\n\n\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/TaurooAldebaran\/status\/1459246657229443075\n\n\n\n\nFurthermore, the angle between the rear fenders and C-pillar\u2013before the stock fenders disappear between the flared widebody fenders\u2013looks like a Dodge or Plymouth. Now, some have guessed 1970 Plymouth Barracuda. And while the angles might be right, the scale is wrong.\n\n\n\nThe rear window, still intact behind Batman\u2019s seat, is far too long for an E-body such as a Barracuda. The roofline and C-pillars of the new batmobile are unmistakably leftover from a 1968-1970 Dodge Charger.\n\n\n\nWhy would Bruce Wayne rivet Corvette-like fenders onto a second-generation Charger? Well in the trailer, we see him get out of a stock Corvette Stingray, so maybe he started with a Dodge but is now more of a GM fan. Or maybe he just wanted to make his car look like a bat. \n\n\n\nWhy does Batman use the batmobile?\n\n\n\nThe Bruce Wayne of Matt Reeve\u2019s 2022 Batman reboot spent years on the wrong side of the law. He fell for an old Dodge Charger, fixed it up, and became an amateur street racer. When he turns to masked crime-fighting, he converts his beloved car into a batmobile.\n\n\n\nRobert Pattinson\u2019s Batman and his Charger batmobile Warner Bros via Matt Reeves\u2019 Twitter\n\n\n\n\n\nTo turn his old Charger into a batmobile, Bruce Wayne first stripped out everything extraneous. He removed every seat except the driver\u2019s (no room for Robin here). Then he converted the car to rear-engine, presumably for better handling.\n\n\n\nThe new Batmobile looks comfortable on-road and capable off-road: It has massive tires and possibly beadlock-style rims. Though early pictures of the batmobile show it \u201cslammed\u201d all the way to the ground, it has side steps to help Batman get in and out. I expect it has truck-like adjustable air suspension.\n\n\n\nNext, Bruce Wayne welded a massive battering ram onto the nose of the new batmobile that would be at home in Mad Max or Death Race. Finally, he fit the rear engine with a massive ten-into-one exhaust pipe which ends in an afterburner.\n\n\n\nWhat is the new batmobile engine?\n\n\n\nThe exposed engine at the rear of the new batmobile is a Ford Triton V10. This 1968-70 Charger came stock with anything from a slant-six to a HEMI V8 up front. And with a hood scoop and side-exit exhaust intact, I suspect some powerplant is still under there too.\n\n\n\nRear engine of the Charger batmobile Warner Bros via Matt Reeves\u2019 Twitter\n\n\n\n\n\nWait! There\u2019s an engine at both ends of the new batmobile? Sure, why not? This is after all a movie based on a comic book about a billionaire who dresses up in a cape and beats criminals with his bare hands. Realism is not its first priority.\n\n\n\nSo let\u2019s start at the front of the car. The absolute base engine on this 1968-1970 Charger would have been the stout 225 cubic-inch slant-six. And while a reliable engine, it wasn\u2019t winning any street races. \n\n\n\nThe top-of-the-line powerplant was the rare 426 HEMI V8, originally engineered for NASCAR. Many hot rod fans opted for the more common but lower compression 440 cubic-inch V8, then souped it up themselves.\n\n\n\nIs the new batmobile a rear-engine car?\n\n\n\nThere is a very obvious engine at the rear of the new batmobile. Bruce Wayne has torn out the trunk to turn this car into some kind of rear-engine monster. It\u2019s very Fast and Furious 9, but serves little real-world purpose. Maybe this is his overly complex AWD solution.\n\n\n\nThe engine looks to be a V10. Andrew Collins of Jalopnik pointed out that of the few V10s in existence, the angle of this unit\u2019s cylinder banks looks most akin to the notoriously underpowered Ford Triton V10. It looks like Bruce Wayne solved the power issue with a series of turbochargers.\n\n\n\nAnd finally, there\u2019s the afterburner. It just would not be a batmobile without some kind of jet for boost. The V10\u2019s huge exhaust pipe is ringed with jets. Are they plumbed to the tanks which are riding shotgun? We\u2019ll have to watch the movie to find out. But the trailer gives us a glimpse of quite a tail of flames! Check out the trailer below:\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nYou can see more angles of the new Batmobile in its public appearances here:\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\tRelated\n\t\n\t\t\n\t\t\tRobert Pattinson\u2019s Batman Is a Retired Street Racer; The New Batmobile is a Weaponized Muscle Car\t\t\n\t\n\n","ptime":"2022-02-23T07:02:00","custom_date":"","custom_datedesc":"","author":"name":"Henry Cesari","slug":"henry-cesari","url":"https:\/\/www.motorbiscuit.com\/author\/henry-cesari\/","twitter_link":"https:\/\/twitter.com\/HenryCesari","facebook_link":null,"linkedin_link":"https:\/\/linkedin.com\/in\/henrycesari","instagram_link":null,"comment_count":0,"review_schema":" Warner Bros via Matt Reeves\\u2019 Twitter Wait! There\\u2019s an engine at both ends of the new batmobile? Sure, why not? 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