The Batmobile is Batman's automobile. It has gone through many incarnations; often it is depicted with rocket engines, mounted weapons, bullet-proof armor and other advanced technologies.
2. Black Beauty
The Black Beauty, a 1966 Chrysler Crown Imperial sedan customized, which has a full arsenal of rocket and close critic TV which help add Green Hornet and Kato fight crime.
Killer Moth's automobile.
The Arrowcar is the main vehicle of Green Arrow and Speedy. This car was only seen in the early comics but it was revealed that Green Arrow blew it up.
5. The Mist-Mobile
This is the Red-Mist's crime fighting car! He's a superhero with a sweet car!
6. Mystery Machine
The classic mobile headquarters of Scooby Doo and Mystery, Inc.!
Mystery Machine was voted top fictional vehicle of all time by a 2006 poll conducted by Toys R Us.
The Mystery Machine was originally a 1968 Chevy van, lisence plate AC 712. This lisence number from the original show only appeared once, in a 1979 Scooby/Scrappy episode "The Neon Phantom of the Roller Disco".
Since then its depictions have mutated somewhat so that currently it has the front of a VW bus, the body of a Citroen Camionette, the rear of a Chevrolet van and a misplaced engine.
Nevertheless the Mystery Machine is a unique vehicle well suited for the transient lifestyle of our hapless investigators. It has two racks on the roof to carry oversized items, a removable couch-like back seat that can fit three people, and a large enough workspace in the back to carry Velma's radar device, Fred and Daphne's computer and broadcasting gear, sleeping areas and food and drink.
7. Huntress' Bike
Huntress like Batman has to have transportation so when the Question is not carrying her around in his car Huntress is driving.Huntress has used her bike to get out of tough situations even to get away from Green Arrow and Black Canary.
The Batcycles are specialized motorcycles employed by Batman and his proteges for land travel when something quicker and more agile than the Batmobile is required.