Batmobile Beyond

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Real Identity: Not Applicable
Appearances (BB): Blackout, Heroes, Shriek, The Winning Edge, A Touch of Curare, Ascension, Joyride, Lost Soul, Hidden Agenda, Once Burned, Hooked Up, Mindgames, Revenant, Babel, Terry's Friend Dates A Robot, Final Cut, The Last Resort, Sneak Peek, The Eggbaby, April Moon, Sentries of the Lost Cosmos, Payback, Ace in the Hole, Untouchable, Inqueling, Big Time, Speak No Evil, The Call Part One, Part Two, Betrayal, Curse of the Kobra Part One, Countdown, Unmasked, and Return of the Joker
Appearances (TZP): Shadows
Appearances (SS): Future Shock
Appearances (DC Nation): Batman Beyond
Appearances (DC FanDome): Beyond Batman
Powers/Skills: Transportation, Transformation, and Various Offensive Capabilities
Voiced By: Not Applicable

In the 2020's to 2030's, Batman upgraded his main form of transportation. Now taking the place of the old Batmobile and Batwing, the new Batmobile appears to be an advanced hovercraft, most likely pinched from WayneTech Research and Development. Through a porthole under the vehicle or traditional means, Batman can enter it. His new Batsuit is programmed to integrate with the Batmobile and fly it. It can fly at a maximum of Mach Three and comes eqipped with a variety of offensive and defensive gadgets: broadband transmitters, missiles, grapples, thrusters, magnetic pads, flight recorder, radio, towing cable, and a holographic projector. It can also be remotely activated from Batman's belt or by the Batcomputer.

Early in his career as Batman, Terry McGinnis unwittingly allowed Inque to stow away on the Batmobile and smuggle a hidden camera planted by Ian Peek into the Batcave. Over the years, it has had some notable passengers such as Ace, government researcher Dr. Price, and a timelost Static. The only other to have driven it was Zeta. As an infiltration unit, he possessed the technology needed to integrate with it properly. Much like the Batsuit, the Batmobile was badly damaged and repaired over the years. A Starro-controlled Superman, Jokerz, and a Joker hijacked defense satellite were such culprits.