The 1989 Batmobile, left, raced the 1966 Batmobile, right, for a Web series -- and the winner may surprise you.
The Batmobile might be the coolest car in movie and TV history. But just which Batmobile reigns supreme? Is it the 1966 version Adam West and Burt Ward drove in on TV, or the movie version Michael Keaton revved up in 1989's "Batman" and 1992's "Batman Returns"?
The Web series "Super Power Beat Down" recently pitted the two classic cars against each other in a straight-on quarter-mile street race, filmed in San Diego and shown online.
The 1966 car features a Bat-A-Ram, siren, ejection seats and reportedly can reach 160 miles per hour.
The 1989 car has machine guns, grappling hooks, a grenade launcher and reportedly can reach 180 miles per hour.
But when the show put them to the test, in a photo finish ... the 1966 Batmobile squeaked across the finish line just ahead of its 1980s counterpart. Adam West can now say, "In your FACE, Michael Keaton!" Not that he would.
Holy vintage vehicles, Batman!
Watch the race above, and tell us which car you'd rather have on Facebook.
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