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Disney Pixar CARS 3 – Batmobiles Almost Showed Up in Cars 3!

“Cars 3 director Brian Fee, who makes his directorial debut after serving as a storyboard artist on the first two Cars movies, revealed that there was almost a scene where Lightning McQueen got to meet two of the Batmobiles.”

DELETED Scene – storyboards from ART OF CARS 3.

Coming down the ramp, The Oscar Meyer Weinermobile*, & the classic Hot Wheels Red Baron …

Other classic Hot Wheels?

Looks like Sheriff is there … and Smokey with Herbie, the Love Bug?

And under the CARS World “Chemosphere” LA Spacehouse house, Ecto-1 and 1966 Batmobile. RIP , the great Adam West!

And off to the left side, the Tumbler Batmobile.

DDDDUUUUUDDDDEEEEE! We need this as a short and OFFICIAL diecasts … I want ths as a 6′ foot long Precision Series playset!

I’m sure I missed a bunch of others?

Thanks for the heads up, “Tom D.”

You can find the original interview here with Director, Brian Fee from Screen Junkie News. It’s a nice interview with some questions answered – not just cliched PR that you anyone could’ve done. It is 20-minutes long so don’t watch it unless you’re on WiFi. 🙂

*John Lasseter has/had one on his desk.

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21 June 2017 Disney Pixar CARS 3 6 Comments


  • quercy says:

    The Oscar Mayer wiener car would be nice too! 🙂

  • quercy says:

    What about the Ghostbuster ambulance “Ecto-1” facing the batmobile ??? And the love bug “Herbie” next to Smokey ! 🙂

  • hypercarrots says:

    i see the back to the future time machine delorean

    • tzdtmm says:

      Completely missed the Delorean, I see it now, how cool. I would sell my left arm for an Ecto-1 version Disney Car. My all time favorite


  • Mack_me_Bucko says:

    That’s not the Batmobile “Tumbler” — that’s Deckard’s “Spinner” from Blade Runner! There’s also visible the classic Hot Wheels “Silhouette” with the bubble dome roof.

    The yellow Model A hot rod talking to Sheriff — isn’t that Harrison Ford’s car from “American Graffiti”?

    (MET: Ahh, thanks – it didn’t look quite right as the Tumbler but I forgot about Deckers car …),

  • pwschuh says:

    Can’t believe you didn’t point out the Uncertain T, which is a huge icon of the 60’s custom car scene. Also Milner’s yellow Deuce coupe from American Graffiti and the Roth Surfite show car.

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