Batman Dragster is a Batman vehicle invented by The LEGO Group. It is a sleek black dragster with a rotating wheelgun in the front. It has two flick-fire missiles, a glass cockpit, fire exhaust. He uses it to chase Catwoman on her Catcyle.
Batboat is Batman's hovercraft that he uses against Killer Croc in the Gotham City harbour and sewers. It has a large glass cockpit and a docking bay in the back which can hold Killer Croc's speedboat or Batman's Speedboat.
Batman's Speedboat is used for quick escapes if the Batboat gets damaged or if the boat is too big. Batman's Speedboat is hidden in the Batboat's docking bay. It is small, fast, and black to suit Batman's preferences.
The most famous of Batman's vehicles is The Batmobile. It is a long armoured black car with a large glass cockpit, fiery exhaust, missile launcher, and golden wheels. He uses it against enemies such as Two-Face. LEGO based the Batmobile off of Tim Burton's film Batman directed in 1989.
The Batwing also known as the Batplane is Batman's large black war plane.
It has four guns, a missile launcher, and a glass cockpit. It is flat at the wings. At the end of the plane is Batwings. The Plane itself resembles a bat, as all Batman's vehicles do. It is used to stop crime in the sky such as The Joker's Helicopter.
It was remade in the DC Super Heroes toyline, sporting a smaller and much more angular frame. Flick-fire missiles were carried underneath its rear wings, and right underneath the tail is a bat-shaped bomb.
The Batblade also known as the Bat Ice Ski is Batman's large, black icemobile. On the bottom of the ski are blades to slide across ice, and two miniguns as well as a flame cannon are fitted on the front. He used it when Mr. Freeze froze Gotham City in the 1996 film Batman and Robin directed by Joel Schumacher.
Nightwing's Motorcycle is a black motorcycle driven by Nightwing to chase criminals on the streets of Gotham and Bludhaven. However in LEGO Batman: The Video Game, it is referred to as The Batcycle and is driven by Robin.
The diference between The Batmobile (Classic) and The Batmobile is the style of the car. The Classic Batmobile is based upon the Golden Age of the Batman comic book franchise. The Batmobile has a bat head shield in the front, two large back wings, a long car model, giant tubes, glass cockpit, and a large fire exhaust engine for a speedy run. The Classic Batmobile has only been released as Ultimate Collectors' edition and includes no minifigures.
The Batcopter is a triple propellor helicopter with armor plating, a missile launcher, glass cockpit, and a batwing tailfin. In LEGO Batman: The Video GameRobin drives the Batcopter while Batman drives the Batwing.
While the Batcopter is present in LEGO Batman 2, Robin has another version of this helicopter in alternate colors.
The Bat-Tank is a large bullet proof armoured tank with a missile launcher, and two flick fire missiles. It has massive treads, a large glass cockpit, and a speedy exhaust. The Bat-Tank is the 2nd largest among Batman's land vehicles, right after the Batmobile (Classic). He drives his tank to stop criminals in Gotham City such as The Riddler and Bane. The Bat Tank was featured in the graphic novel The Dark Knight Returns. It is often confused with The Tumbler, another tank owned by Batman.
Batman's Buggy also known as The Bat Buggy is a small black buggy owned by Batman.
It has a flame exhaust, bat wing tailfin, a harpoon gun in the front, and turbo engines. He uses it to chase criminals on the road, such as Mr. Freeze.
Robin's Scuba Jet is a small Scuba Jet Robin uses to chase criminals underneath or on the water such as The Penguin. Like Robin's Jet Ski, his Scuba Jet consists of the red/green/yellow color scheme to match Robin's costume. It has a glass cockpit, two front lights/guns, and two exhaust engines.
It is referred to as Robin's Submarine when it appears in LEGO Batman 2.
The Batcycle is Batman's large motorcycle he uses on the streets of Gotham to chase criminals such as Harley Quinn. It is equipped with two flick fire missiles, a firey exhaust, and two bat tailfins. Eventhough it has The Dark Knight minifigure and symbol on it, it is not The Batpod as seen in the film like many people believed it to be. The Batpod does not have the batwing tailfins and the front has a diferent look. The Batpod was never released as a set.
The Tumbler was an aborted bullet proof tank project by Wayne Tech. The Tumbler was first meant for Military use but was later bought by Bruce Wayne as Batman's vehicle. It was a large bulky black tank that had auto-pilot capabilities. As a set, it had a large opening cockpit, two flick fire missiles, and a large missile launcher. The Tumbler was first featured in the 2005 film Batman Begins and was featured in it's 2008 sequel The Dark Knight.
This Ambulance was used to transport the inmates of the Arkham Asylum. It was unplayable in LEGO Batman: The Videogame, but could be seen transporting criminals to Arkham Asylum after a story was finished.
This battle helicopter used by the Police Officers to patrol around the skies of Gotham City. It was appeared as a boss during the villains mission, but its neither playable, nor unlockable in the game. It is similar to the Harbor Helicopter, but it shoots missile and is coloured differently.