Batman doesn't just travel in any old clunky car; he rides in superhero style in his custom-built Batmobile, a jet-powered vehicle that matches his black Batsuit. It might surprise you to know that in the 2005 film "Batman Begins," the Batmobile was a real car, not a computer-generated image. How exactly did they build it? How fast could it go? And how did they get it to jump 30 feet without being damaged?
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How much does the Batmobile weigh?
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Which of the following is not a Batmobile driving position?
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What is model bashing?
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The Batmobile's creator built the model for the real Batmobile on a ______ scale.
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After a scale model was designed, a full-sized model of the Batmobile was built from:
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To play its role in the film "Batman Begins," the actual Batmobile had to accelerate from zero to 60 in:
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In what city were the car scenes involving the Batmobile filmed for "Batman Begins"?
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The Batmobile's rear tires measured:
Question 9 of 10
How much did each street-ready Batmobile used in filming cost to build?
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