Tim Burton's Batman brought one of the most iconic vehicles in movie history to the big screen — the revamped Batmobile. Fitting Burton's darker, gothic vision of Gotham city perfectly, the Batmobile measured over 20 feet long with sweeping lines and massive tailfins. The fiberglass bodywork covers a Chevy Impala chassis, with a sliding canopy and a hidden stunt driver cockpit behind the front seats. That hidden cockpit was for this car's role in Batman Returns, the 1992 followup to 1989's Batman. The Penguin remotely takes control of the Batmobile with Batman in it, menacing Gotham City. The car is powered by a 48-volt lead acid battery array and a rear-mounted electric motor — although it hasn't been charged since its performance in the film. Currently listed for sale outside of Philadelphia, this might be the ultimate movie prop for avid film fans.