It has been created especially for the show by Professor Gordon Murray, the designer of the McLaren Formula 1 road car.
Murray said: "We at Gordon Murray Designs are proud to have designed the Batmobile for the Batman Live show.
"We have thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to apply advanced materials and concepts to create a truly unique take on one of the world's most iconic vehicles."
Watch the Batman Live Batmobile video below:
Based on DC Comics characters and stories, Batman Live features a cast of 43, custom-made stage and 100ft bat-shaped LCD video wall.
Creative director Anthony Van Laast said: "It is so exciting to see Batman Live develop from an initial idea through to a full-scale show.
"We are in rehearsals now and seeing all the elements of the production come together - automation, programming for the flying sequences, acting calls, acrobatic training, fight choreography, music composition.
"This is the thrilling point in the pre-production when all the creative team gets to see their ideas brought to life by our exceptional performing company."
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Brad Globe, president of Warner Bros Consumer Products, added: "The world of Batman will be brought to the audience in a larger-than-life setting through this live stage show that will captivate fans and enthral audiences of all ages."
Batman Live opens in Manchester, England on July 19 before travelling to Newcastle, Glasgow, Sheffield, Birmingham, London, Liverpool, Nottingham, Dublin and Belfast.
The tour will then go to Europe before moving to North America in August 2012. Tickets are on sale now.